The English winger joins the Christie Park membership on a two-year contract having performed within the Breedon Highland League for Fort William in the course of the second half of final season.
Hale revealed Morris caught his eye in the course of the Black and Golds’ 1-1 draw with Fort in February.
Huntly supervisor Allan Hale is thrilled to have recruited Adam Morris.
He stated: “Adam actually impressed us after we performed in opposition to Fort William, he performed off the striker that day and was superb at discovering area.
“He confirmed a number of bravery and composure and we had him watched after that a number of instances.
“We had been there the day they drew with Formartine and he scored a marvel aim that day.
“However his general efficiency was superb and I feel it’s the signal of excellent participant once they reveal that bravery and quietness on the ball in opposition to good groups.
“Adam’s additionally bought good power and tenacity off the ball, we’ve been talking to him for some time and we’re trying ahead to working with him.
“He’s at a superb age and hopefully we can assist develop him over the following couple of seasons and he can assist us kick on as nicely.”
Because of becoming a member of Huntly, Morris, 18, has moved to Aberdeen.
Waiting for the brand new season, Hale believes he has the correct mix of youth and expertise inside his squad.
He added: “It’s not simply younger gamers we search for, we additionally want the steadiness between younger gamers and skilled gamers.
“You see that with the signings of Ryan Sewell and Greg Buchan, who’re nonetheless fairly younger however have loads of expertise inside the Highland League.
“It’s essential to have that steadiness – I don’t suppose you may kick on should you’re too younger.
“You want a core of skilled boys and we’ve bought that with the likes of Michael Clark, Andy Hunter, Zander Jack, Alex Thoirs, Ross Nonetheless and Colin Charlesworth.