Morrow has two visits set
Three-star power forward Ed Morrow is one of the hardest working players in the class of 2016. Despite being slightly undersized, Morrow has consistently been very productive and has an extremely high motor. Now the Chicago (Ill.) Simeon star is ready to make some visits. For the 6-foot-7 and 210 pound Morrow it was a good summer with the Mac Irvin Fire, and he feels he stepped his game up. “The summer was great,” said Morrow. “It can wear on your body a little bit, but it was a great experience and I thought it went well.” Recruiting wise schools such as Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Hawaii, Creighton, Virginia Tech, SMU, and others have issued offers, and currently two official visits are set up. “At this point in time I have two official visits set up with Iowa and Nebraska,” explained Morrow. “I will be making my other visit decisions during the month of September.” Morrow will visit Iowa on the weekend of September 12, and says he likes everything about the Hawkeyes program. “At one point in time in my life I lived in Iowa and I know about the area,” said Morrow. “I love the way Fran McCaffery coaches and sees me, and he has done a great job coaching.” Also set up is Nebraska, and Morrow will be making a visit there on September 19. Morrow has already made an unofficial to Nebraska and both of his parents went there, so he is familiar with the program. “Nebraska is a great program on the rise in the Big Ten,” said Morrow. “Tim Miles has a great plan for his program going forward.” Morrow plans to make his other three visits along with the two that are set up, and then make a decision on his college future. In terms of what he is looking for in a school, Morrow said, “I am just looking for a place where I have a great relationship with a coach, and somewhere with great facilities and players. I just want to be at a place where I fit in.” Currently Morrow is seen as the No. 30 power forward in the class of 2015.
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