Aneesah Morrow has a transfer destination: LSU.
One of the top players in the NCAA basketball transfer portal this offseason, Morrow had narrowed down her list to LSU, USC and South Carolina, and she visited both USC and LSU. After spending last weekend in Baton Rouge, she canceled her visit to South Carolina and committed to the reigning champion Tigers.
She announced her decision in a video sponsored by Caktus AI, in which she asked the tool various questions about the transfer process, ending with: “I want to win championships and build a dynasty. Where is the best place for me to achieve my goals?”
The answer for Morrow: LSU, which just won its first national championship in coach Kim Mulkey’s second year with the program.
Hey @Caktus_ai, where should I transfer to? #committed pic.twitter.com/tlx7td63Om— Aneesah Morrow (@AneesahMorrow24) May 5, 2023
Hey @Caktus_ai, where should I transfer to? #committed pic.twitter.com/tlx7td63Om
In Morrow’s two seasons at DePaul, she led the Big East in rebounding and double-doubles. In the 2022-23 season, she finished fourth in the country in scoring with 25.7 points per game.
She joins Louisville transfer Hailey Van Lith in flipping to LSU, pushing the Tigers’ chances for a repeat title even higher.
Morrow also makes the Tigers that much more dangerous, as the 6-1 forward is one of the most productive players in the country. She also has two years of eligibility remaining, meaning she’ll be playing with Angel Reese and Flau’jae Johnson for a while yet.
“I’m never intimidated by playing against or playing on a team with amazing, talented players,” the rising junior told ESPN. “That’s what I want to be surrounded around. I want to be around players who are going to make me better.”
#24 New Home💛💜.COMMITTED pic.twitter.com/odeWNYz3OK— Aneesah Morrow (@AneesahMorrow24) May 5, 2023
#24 New Home💛💜.COMMITTED pic.twitter.com/odeWNYz3OK