Roster Change Happening at DePaul

The 2013-14 men's basketball roster will look different from what DePaul fans saw this season as several players are seeking transfer from the Blue Demons program just as a few new faces are set to arrive this summer.

DePaul junior guard Moses Morgan confirmed to WeAreDePaul.com this afternoon that he has been granted his transfer release.

"I am grateful for what the University has done for me the past three years as well as the coaching staff," Morgan said. "My family and I prayed on this and it is best for me to seek another institution."

Morgan has one year of eligibility remaining and will need to sit out one year upon transferring to a new school.

Morgan, who is the son of former Indiana great Winston Morgan, averaged 5.9 points per game and shot 30.5% from three point range while coming off the bench during his junior season at DePaul.

Seldom used freshman Jodan Price is also not expected to return to the DePaul program. Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports added Price's name to a list of over 100 expected Division I transfers.

Sources have also indicated that sophomore center Derrell Robertson and redshirt freshman forward Montray Clemons are also expected to seek transfer requests.

DePaul coach Oliver Purnell signed three recruits last fall for the class of 2013 and is expecting at least one more to sign in the spring signing period.

The Blue Demons signed four-star guard Billy Garrett, Jr. from Morgan Park to go along with juco big men Forrest Robinson and Greg Sequele in the fall.

Purnell also has a verbal commitment from shooting guard R.J. Curington from Oak Hill Academy. Curington is expected to sign with DePaul in the April signing period.

The Blue Demons will also return DeJuan Marrero who sat out this season as a redshirt freshman.

Update: On Tuesday, the DePaul Athletic Department confirmed the transfer of Clemons, Morgan, Price, and Robertson.

"We appreciate the efforts of these four players," said Purnell. "We support their decisions to look for other opportunities."



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