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Inside the Headset with the AFCA

Aug 5, 2021

This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Campbell University Quarterbacks Coach, Adam Morris. Coach Morris discusses the recently founded Coaches Coalition group, shares what recruiting looks like at the FCS level, and highlights the importance of the AFCA 35 Under 35 program.

Adam Morris is entering his ninth year at Campbell University where he serves as the Camels' offensive pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Despite playing a four-game, all-FBS schedule in 2020, Coach Morris lead one of the top offenses in the country finishing 4th overall in offense at the FCS level. Following the season, Morris was selected to the AFCA 2021 35 Under 35 Coaches Leadership Institute. Prior to becoming the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator, Coach Morris spent six seasons as Campbells wide receiver coach where his receivers set multiple season season records.

Morris came to Campbell after spending the 2012 season as an offensive quality control coach at Liberty University. Prior to Liberty, Coach Morris spent two season at the University of Kansas where he served as the quality control coordinator for special teams in 2010 and defensive quality control in 2011. Morris got his start in the collegiate ranks at his alma mater, Ithaca, where he served as assistant director of football operations and offensive quality control staff member.

  • [0:27] Start of Interview
  • [0:57] The Coaches Coalition group
  • [4:00] Working in the NFL
  • [8:44] Continued growth in the coaching journey
  • [14:37] Recruiting gameplans
  • [19:02] Importance of the 35 Under 35 Institute