Mark Snyder of the Detroit Free Press wrote:
Michigan sophomore point guard Darius Morris will test the NBA draft experience by entering his name as an underclassman.
His brother DeWayne Morris Jr. said tonight that Darius will gauge his pro potential now that his sophomore season at U-M is concluded.
“He’s going to test the waters,” DeWayne said. “He’s not going to hire an agent.
He’s going to go through the process as if he was going to enter the draft.”
Darius Morris told U-M coach John Beilein of his intention this week, DeWayne said.
“That’s always been his goal to go to the NBA,” DeWayne said. “He wanted to try it out and see where he stands. It can definitely work out. Next year he’ll be familiar with the process and know what he has to work on. If it works, he has a chance to live out his dream also had a chance to see what he can be better at.
That’s his dream. Give it a shot.”
Morris led Michigan this year, averaging 15 points per game, 6.7 assists and four rebounds per game. His emergence as one of the Big Ten’s best point guards after an average freshman year thrust him into the spotlight.