Often referred to as the “heart and soul” of Maryland (15-12, 9-11 Big Ten), Morsell has routinely guarded the opposing team’s best perimeter scorer. He ranks fourth on the team in rebounds (3.8), third in steals (1.0) and second in blocks (0.6) per game. But more importantly, his coaches and teammates have lauded him as the person who sets the tone on defense. The Terps ranked fifth in defensive efficiency in the Big Ten during conference play, according to KenPom. Maryland is allowing 65.8 points per game against league opponents, which ranks third in the Big Ten.