Four-Star Hoops Prospect Dwayne Morgan Has an Announcement Date

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Four-star forward Dwayne Morgan from the class of 2014 announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he will make his college decision on April 5.

Morgan, a six-foot-seven small forward, will choose between Arizona, Georgetown, Maryland, UNLV, Indiana, Seton Hall and UConn.

Morgan’s AAU coach Dwayne Wise confirmed the news on Tuesday.

“He will cut it to three in a week or so,” Wise told SNY.tv.

“He will be an impact freshman wherever he chooses,” Wise said. “He has a high motor with great athleticism as a wing forward. He can also keep a defense honest with a jumper out to 22 feet. He is working extensively on his mid-post game and ball-handling. He’s already a solid defender and a shot-blocker. I think he will be a mismatch for smaller wings at the next level.”

Morgan has a number of upcoming visits scheduled starting with Maryland on Wednesday. He will be courtside as Maryland takes on North Carolina

A junior, ESPN ranks Morgan as the 29th overall player from the class of 2014 while Rivals has him at No.18.

According to rumors, Morgan is leaning towards the Terrapins, UNLV and Indiana, although he has yet to visit the latter. Coach Wise said the Morgan family will narrow Dwayne’s list down to three schools this the week before making the public announcement in early April. Morgan will announce his decision at his high school, St Frances (Baltimore).

Although young, Morgan has the potential the potential to be a big time player at the collegiate level and possesses a number of skills that should see him turn into a star.


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