2008-09: Cab Morris played for Hotchkiss School in Connecticut. Passed over in the 2009 draft. Invited to Chicago Blackhawks prospect camp in the summer of 2009.
2009-10: Morris played in his rookie season for the USHL Indiana Ice. In 38 games for the Ice, Morris turned in a 21-13-2 record. He logged a 2.57 goals-against average and a .917 save percentage. In 3 playoff games for the Ice, Morris's record was 0-2-0, with a 6.74 goals-against average and a .810 save percentage. Named to the 2010 All-Star Game, but could not participate due to injury.
Tall and takes up a lot of net. Not a highly technical goaltender, but good read of the play. Glove placement will need work, as he keeps it a bit low. Morris is chippy in defense of his crease.
"He always seems to come up with the big save," Indiana defenseman Nick Mattson said of Morris. "Sometimes he pulls it out of thin air. It's amazing some of the saves he makes. He always seems like he's in the right place at the right time. He's not lightning-fast, but he's so fundamentally sound that he doesn't need that. He's been awesome for us this year."
Wrapping up college career at Dartmouth in 2013-14.