Morgan is a unique player...the fact that she was ranked the number one player in high school before she injured her knee tells me that she has much potential that we are just now seeing after almost two years of rehab. She is emerging as a strong go-to player that other players and the coaching staff have confidence in. Folks know what they are going to get from Morgan. She says her knee gives her no pain at all...and that bodes well for the future. Given her 55 percent shooting percentage does conjure up visions of Tamika Williams working the post back in 2002...who could forget Tamika setting a WNBA record for field goal accuracy in her rookie season...66.8 %. It is also a plus that Morgan's footwork and post play draws a crowd and as a result she gets to the line where she shoots a consistent 80 percent. Currently, people are disappointed with Morgan's 17.4 % long range shooting but, I believe that this is going to be short-lived. Morgan will begin hitting threes more consistently as she becomes more and more comfortable playing the 5/4 swing position. She is modeling her game after Stefanie Dolson (not a bad thing)...so, she will continue to pop out to the head of the key and play the high post becoming an option for either a back door cut, a pass to the wings, a pick and roll or a pop out jumper. We mustn't forget that she won McDonald's All American 3 point contest in 2012 sinking 17 threes...she later went on to lose to the winner of the boys competition where she sank 10 to Duke bound Rasheed Sulaimon's 12. Once Morgan gets her percentage up to the 38-42 percent range...she will be an absolute nightmare for the opposition.