LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska forward Ed Morrow Jr. has announced he intends to transfer to another school after the spring semester.
Morrow said in a statement Wednesday night that he's leaving to "pursue dreams and aspirations." He said it was a hard decision because his parents are Nebraska graduates and he spent much of his childhood in Lincoln. Morrow was rated as high as a four-star prospect coming out of Simeon High School in Chicago in 2015.
Coach Tim Miles said he's disappointed, but that he supports Morrow.
Morrow averaged 9.4 points and a team-leading 7.5 rebounds in 24 games as a sophomore. He posted a team-high three double-doubles and scored 10 or more points in 10 games. He missed seven games because of a foot injury.