Moses Morgan has plans to make an impact at DePaul University next season. Morgan verbally committed to DePaul coach Jerry Wainwright during his official visit to the school's Lincoln Park campus which ended today.
Morgan's commitment was the second verbal of the week for the Blue Demons. Morgan joins D.C. point guard Brandon Young in the class of 2010 for DePaul.
Morgan chose DePaul over Clemson, Indiana, and Minnesota after taking official visits to DePaul and Indiana.
As a junior at Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, Morgan averaged 17 points and 7.5 rebounds as he led his high school team to the Nevada Class 4A state championship game and a record of 24-6.
He played for the same ICAN All-Stars AAU program that featured DePaul sophomore Krys Faber and incoming freshman Tony Freeland.
Moses is the son of Winston Morgan, who played for Indiana coach Bob Knight in the 1980's.
"I'm 6-5 and play on the wing," Moses described. "I can shoot the ball real well and play defense. My passing is real underrated."
"I can play the two or the three," said Moses. "They want me to come in and be a leader. (Wainwright) needs a big guard, that can rebound, play defense, and get deflections on the ball."
Stay tuned to WeAreDePaul.com for more on Moses Morgan and the DePaul recruiting class of 2010.
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