TUCSON, Ariz. Hes gone from quarterback to wide receiver to now being a cornerback.
Richard Morrison is a jack of all trades.
Or he is a man without a position?
We will see, but hes comfortable after asking Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez if he could switch from wide receiver to cornerback this spring.
So far, it looks like hes found a home.
I told Coach Rod (Rich Rodriguez) that he could call me Slash, said Morrison, a wide smile on his face. I can play anywhere. He has seen that.
The switch to defense is Morrison's last-ditch effort to get as much playing time as possible.
He was recruited as a quarterback, moved to the slot receiver position, then made another addition at quarterback after Rodriguez was hired, only to move back to receiver once the coaching staff felt comfortable with junior college transfer B.J. Denker as a backup for Matt Scott.
Morrison caught 23 balls for 171 yards through the first six games. But he didn't catch another -- losing confidence of the co...