DePaul's Moses Morgan has Solid Offseason

DePaul's Moses Morgan has Solid Offseason

DePaul sophomore Moses Morgan got off to a slow start as a freshman at DePaul, but certainly came around by the time Big East conference play started. We take a look at Morgan's game in this report.

Moses Morgan came into DePaul with a pedigree as the son of former Indiana star Winston Morgan.

The sharpshooter from Las Vegas missed the mark early in the season, but then snapped out of his slump. Morgan averaged 7.4 points per game while shooting 44.3% from the floor and 35.7% from beyond the arc in Big East conference play.

That makes him one of DePaul's most reliable returning shooters.

On DePaul's summer tour in Europe, Morgan faced professional teams from France and Monaco. Morgan was the Blue Demons fourth leading scorer on the trip. Moses averaged 9.25 points and three rebounds per game for the Blue Demons while on a four game, 11 day overseas tour.

WeAreDePaul.com subscribers can watch the below highlight of Moses Morgan in action in DePaul's win over Monaco.



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