The 6-foot-6 ½ senior at Eleanor Roosevelt (Md.) High committed to Anthony Solomon and St. Bonaventure.
``It's a good opportunity for me to play in the A-10 and get minutes right away," Morris said. "I love the coaching staff, especially Coach Solomon. This was just a good fit for me basketball-wise and academically."
Morris canceled scheduled official visits to VCU, Marshall and James Madison.
Morris averaged 12 points per game last season as a junior – his lone campaign at Montrose Christian (Md.). He decided that, primarily for academic reasons, to transfer back to Eleanor Roosevelt – where he went for his freshman and sophomore years.
``I really want to be a part of something at St. Bonaventure," Morris added. "I want to help rebuild the program. They are losing three forwards next year, so I couldn't pass up this opportunity."
Morris brings an A-10 body and a versatile game to the Bonnies. He may not excel at any one aspect of the game, but he does a little bit of everything.
``I'm versatile," he added. "I can go inside and out."
Morris is St. Bonaventure's first commitment from the Class of 2006.