Ohio Mr. Basketball
2nd Team Parade All-American
First Team All-State
Career 1,000 Point Scorer
Soph: 27-1, OHSAA State Champs
Junior: 23-1, AP Ohio No. 2
Senior: 26-2, OHSAA Runner-up
AAU National Champs 2009
Trey Burke’s prep career has been defined by winning. You can count the number of losses that Burke’s Northland squad suffered during his tenure on one hand. Playing for one of the midwest’s top AAU programs, All-Ohio Red, Burke added an AAU national championship to his resume as well. Despite all of his team success, it wasn’t until his senior year that Burke began to start collecting individual accolades.
By Dylan Burkhardt | Recruits | Posted on May 5, 2011 at 8:14 am
Another spring AAU recruiting video from our friend, Michigan Prep Stars, this one featuring 2013 Lansing Eastern wing guard Steven Haney Jr. Haney is known as a shooter, which will be clear after watching the video, but also has a great combination of length and skill. Haney lists Michigan, Michigan State, Harvard, Illinois and Nebraska at this point. He suffered an ankle injury in Akron at the King James Classic but expects to play this weekend at the Spiece Classic where he should face a much higher level of competition than you see in this clip.
By Dylan Burkhardt | Uncategorized | Posted on May 4, 2011 at 12:30 pm
Here’s the official athletic department statement on Morris opting to remain in the NBA draft, including quotes from Morris and head coach John Beilein.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — University of Michigan sophomore guard Darius Morris (Los Angeles, Calif./Windward HS) has decided to forego the remainder of his college eligibility and remain as an early entry for the 2011 NBA Draft.
“There have been long discussions with my family, friends and my Michigan coaches,” said Morris. “After gathering all the information possible, I have decided to stay in the NBA Draft and pursue my dream of playing professional basketball.
First, a word on Morris’s decision. This was a secret that wasn’t necessarily well kept. Morris and his family have been involved in extensive conversations with agents for quite some time and there never appeared to be much thought given to the idea of returning to school. We’d be surprised if Morris didn’t sign with Andy Miller or Leon Rose when he makes his final decision. [click to continue…]
Darius Morris has decided to keep his name in the draft and will not be returning to Michigan, according to a source close to the situation.
Givony is one of the best draft reporters out there and this report confirms all of the information that we’ve received over the past several weeks. In this context, sources close to the situation generally refer to agents involved in the courting process.
Morris hasn’t officially signed with an agent but we expect that to be announced reasonable soon. Currently Morris is in Vegas working out with Alec Burks, Kawhi Leonard, Josh Selby and others.