Georgia Tech Basketball Offseason: Jason Morris Finally Healthy

Jason Morris had a tough season in 2012 but feels like he has finally recovered from a toe injury that plagued him for pretty much all of last season.

Morris originally injured his toe during a pickup game during last summer and never really recovered. He said he also played last season with several other undisclosed injuries and estimated that he was only 60-70 percent healthy. His numbers reflected that as well as his shooting percentage plummeted from 41 percent as a freshman to 35 percent last season.

"I didn't feel like I was agile at all, because my foot was messed up from Day One till the last day against Miami,"

Morris indicates that he is currently 90-95 percent healthy and according to head coach Brian Gregory it has showed in offseason workouts. Morris will be a key player for the Yellow Jackets after the dismissal of Glen Rice Jr from the program.

For more on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and the ACC check out From The Rumble Seat. For more on college basketball check out SB Nation's College Basketball page and Blogging the Bracket.

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