In recent years it’s become somewhat common for high-profile younger basketball players to leave the Dallas area for prep schools elsewhere.
Cade Cunningham, formerly the top recruit in the country, started at Arlington Bowie before transferring to Montverde Academy in Florida. Jahmi’us Ramsey, a second-round pick of the Sacramento Kings in last month’s draft, started at Mansfield Summit, transferred to IMG Academy in Florida, and then transferred again to Oak Hill Academy before finishing his high school career at Duncanville.
After last season, Kimball’s Arterio Morris — the 2020 Dallas Morning News Newcomer of the Year — did just that, transferring to Prolific Prep in Napa, California, but now he’s back.
Kimball coach Nick Smith confirmed to The News Wednesday that Morris — a junior committed to Memphis — is back playing at Kimball, adding that he’s been back at the school since early October.
Getting Morris back is a