You can't teach size. At 6-foot-7, Morin is the largest prospect in the draft, and after adding a little muscle would become one of the largest players in the NHL. Many players his size struggle to skate, but Morin has is a surprisingly quick skater with great side-to-side movement. He's capable of rushing the puck up the ice, though that is not his strength. He makes smart plays with the puck and positions himself well. Along with such great size, obviously comes a tremendous amount of reach.
His overall offensive game needs some refinement. He has a booming slapshot, but there is still plenty of room for improvement on that side of the puck. He also needs to add some weight to fill out his massively tall frame.
Morin will go in the mid-to-late 1st round to a team looking to fill size and depth on the blue line. Look for Columbus to take a long look at him with the #19th pick.