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Future Coug called throwback, total package

JAMAL MORROW

LOS ANGELES -- Bill Powell calls him a throwback. The head coach at San Jacinto High also believes Heritage High running back Jamal Morrow, who could also play WR or CB at the next level, is one of the best he has ever seen.

"He's the total package," said Powell, whose defense "limited" Morrow to 150 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries as Heritage, located in Romoland, roughly halfway between Santa Ana and Palm Spring, rolled to a 32-6 rout in the season opener between the two teams on Aug. 24. "He's got great vision and great speed. One of the elite backs I've seen in quite a while. I'm glad I won't have to see him...

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