Morrow suffered the injury during Washington State's loss in the Holiday Bowl, ending the senior's college career on a sour note. He led the pass-heavy Cougars in rushing in 2017, totaling 522 yards on the ground while averaging 6.0 yards per carry and finding the end zone four times. He also played a heavy role as a receiver, catching 60 passes for another 506 yards and five scores, leaving Washington State third in school history with 4,219 all-purpose yards. Morrow's smallish frame (5-foot-9, 203 pounds) will likely prevent him from emerging as an every-down back at the NFL level, but he could carve out a role as a change-of-pace option down the line. Unfortunately for Morrow, his surgery will deny him an opportunity to showcase his abilities in front of scouts leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft.