News:Romar Morris ran 15 times for 80 yards and a touchdown, while adding 25 yards receiving in Saturday's spring game.
Analysis:Romar Morris appears to be more of the explosive threat than the bruising A.J. Blue, making him a nice option to replace Gio Bernard in the Heels' backfield. The completion remains open heading in to August, and both Blue and Morris are already looking over their shoulders after an impressive spring by early enrollee Khris Francis.
News:Romar Morris ran four times for 19 yards and caught two passes for 12 yard Saturday against East Carolina.
Analysis:Romar Morris exploded last week as a receiving threat, so the limited looks are a little surprising. He's going to see time regardless of Giovani Bernard's health, but it doesn't appear as if he'll be used enough to matter.
News:Romar Morris is expected to see an increased role when the Heels take on East Carolina Saturday, notes ESPN.com.
Analysis:Romar Morris is averaging 5.1 yards per carry, and exploded last week to catch five balls for 149 yards. He's not likely to see volume carries, but he looks taylor made for head coach Larry Fedora's spread offense, and is a nice flex play in ACC leagues.
News:Romar Morris ran four times for 23 yards, but added five catches for 149 yards and two touchdowns Saturday at Louisville.
Analysis:Romar Morris and fellow RB A.J. Blue's rushing attempts were cut severely as UNC fell behind big early. Morris had only one grab in two games prior to Saturday, but perhaps this will earn him a few additional looks.
News:Romar Morris heads into Louisville this Saturday as a co-starter, alongside Giovani Bernard and A.J. Blue according to the team's newly released depth chart.
Analysis:Romar Morris has been used as a complimentary player in both of the Heels first two games, and his role likely doesn't change regardless of Bernard's health.
News:Romar Morris ran 14 times for 70 yards and a touchdown at Wake Forest on Saturday.
Analysis:Romar Morris worked as a backup again, despite Giovani Bernard's absence. He's getting consistent touches, but hasn't been anything spectacular through two tilts.
News:Romar Morris figures to see considerably more touches as the Heels move to a spread offense, notes Tar Heel Illustrated.
Analysis:Romar Morris is a sneaky flex option in ACC heavy leagues. While he may be too inconsistent to rely on regularly, he's a lock for ten or more touches in this high paced offense. Sprinkle in Giovani Bernard's use on punt returns, and Morris should carve out a niche this season.