Morris Udeze is the latest Wichita State Shocker to enter his name into the transfer portal. The former four-star recruit had a solid two seasons under Gregg Marshall which included an unfortunate shoulder injury which didn’t bother him last season. After the injury, he averaged 4.5 points and one block becoming one of the most underrated rim-protectors in the AAC.
He told Stockrisers.com that he’s heard from Butler, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Oregon State, Minnesota, and amongst a slew of others. Kyle Lindsted, an assistant with the Minnesota Gophers was previously with Wichita State and was the coach who brought Udeze to the Shockers, now he becomes the first program to offer since his name entered the portal.
Ohio State has become the newest program to reach out. Assistant coach Terry Johnson recruited Udeze when he was in high school and now has intrigue in the 6-foot-10 forward once again. By the time he’s set to hit the floor, the Buckeyes will have available minutes at the forward position.
Expect the list of suitors to grow for Udeze who isn’t in any rush with the recruiting process.