Dwayne Morgan to compete at Kevin Durant Skills Academy

Dwayne Morgan to compete at Kevin Durant Skills Academy
June 21, 2013, 8:30 pm
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Elite 2014 prospect Dwayne Morgan of Baltimore will compete at the invite-only 2013 Kevin Durant Skills Academy June 28-30 in Washington D.C., CSN has learned.

The Nike-sponsored event features between 25 and 30 of the top wing players in the country and 10 of the top college players at the position.

The full list of participants will be released when the event begins on June 28.

[WATCH highlights of Morgan from NBPA Top 100 Camp here]

Morgan, who committed in late March to play for coach Dave Rice at UNLV, is a rising senior at St. Frances (Md.) and has been one of the major stand-out stars on the spring AAU circuit. Once a long, lanky, raw prospect, Morgan has gained close to 15 pounds of muscle, developed more of an all-around game, and steadily moved toward the top of many national recruiting rankings.

Eric Bossi of Rivals.com has Morgan ranked No. 13 in his latest rankings. Morgan was a top performer at the recent NBPA Top 100 Camp where he averaged 13.5 points per game.

With his invite to the Kevin Durant positional camp, Morgan also guarantees admittance to the LeBron James Skills Academy, the crown jewel of the Nike Skill Academy series in Las Vegas from July 5-9. 

Stay tuned to CSNBaltimore.com next week for a full-length feature on Morgan, his commitment to UNLV, and more.