This year’s transfer portal has featured some interesting individuals who have dominated the NCAA lately. Aneesah Morrow was the latest person to shift her talents to another university. Before her Hailey Van Lith was another big name who entered the transfer portal. Interestingly enough, both individuals have committed to Louisiana State University. Head Coach Kim Mulkey now has a college superteam and could potentially win another title.
BREAKING: Kim Mulkey and #LSU have completed their mission of adding the top two players in the transfer portal with the commitment of former DePaul F Aneesha Morrow. Morrow averaged 25.7 ppg, 12.1 rpg, with 2.6 steals and 1.3 blocks a game. She is also a former second team… pic.twitter.com/1s3vofz2H0
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Aneesah Morrow was one of the biggest stars in the NCAA to enter the transfer portal. She earned herself a couple of interesting accolades during her time in college such as USBWA National Freshmen of the Year, WBCA Freshmen of the Year, All-American team selections, Big East Freshmen of the Year, and All-Big East honors as well. Aneesha played at the point guard position and is known for her incredibly efficient scoring.
She was born on February 2, 2003, in Chicago to Edward and Nafeesha Morrow. Aneesah attended Simeon Career Academy and completed her foundation there. She was a very impressive scorer putting up well over 25 points per game consistently. Her strengths were noticed by several recruits and it made her a top recruit. Morrow’s college is a testament to her offensive prowess.
Where did Aneesah Morrow attend college before LSU?
Aneesah Morrow began her journey in college back in 2021 and immediately rose to the top. She was a scoring machine and people were finding it hard to contain her. He played for DePaul’s Blue Demons and averaged a double-double for the two years she spent there. During her Freshman year, she averaged 21.9 points along with 13.8 rebounds, 2.7 steals, and 1.8 blocks. A stat line like this is very impressive and it shows her versatility.
As a result, she won the USBWA National Freshmen of the Year, WBCA, and Big-East Freshmen of the Year Award as well. Her dominance on both has shaken her opponents on various levels. Aneesah’s second season was more impressive as she put up 25.7 points, 12.2 rebounds, 2 assists, 2.6 steals, and 1.3 blocks on 1.3 turnovers per game.
Unfortunately, the DePaul was not the best situation for her. Now that she has committed to LSU, playing alongside Flau’jae Wilson, Angel Reese, and Hailey Van Lith will potentially bring her an immediate title. People have started comparing LSU Tigers to Golden State Warriors. If Caitlin Clark meets the Tigers in the NCAA Finals again, it would be a similar situation to the Warriors vs Cavaliers fans have suggested.