When you're six-foot nine-inches tall by a young age you get attention. When you're tall, can move well for your size, and shoot, you find yourself as a top prospect. 2021 Center/Forward Andrew Morgan of Waseca has found his way into that discussion. 

Morgan has stepped into a bigger role as a junior after 2019 Senior Malik Willingham graduated and moved on to college. As more of a leader, Morgan is leading Waseca in scoring at 20.9 points per game and is their leading rebounder. Although Waseca lost an important player, they are continuing their success in Class 3A and are currently 15-5 mostly led by Morgan. 

Q : How's the season going so far?
A: Going good so far been a lot of fun and looking forward to what's ahead.

Q: How have you been playing?
A: Pretty good lately have had really good games recently.

Q: How have you and the team adjusted without Malik?
A: It was tough losing such a good leader and player like that but I just had to accept a bigger role than last year.

Q: How have you accepted a bigger role?
A: All about getting the new guys up to speed by being the coach on the floor and making sure everyone is in the right place and taking over the scoring role we are missing without Mal.

Q: How does your role change when playing AAU or doesn't it?
A: Doesn't change that much but decreased role in scoring because we have so many good players on our team.

Q: What other interests you have outside of basketball?
A: I like to hang out with friends ride snowmobile in the winter and build things.

Q: How's recruiting going for you so far?
A: Good. I've talked to a lot of colleges and I'm just trying to enjoy it as much as I can.

Q: Any offers or specific schools of interest?
A: Yeah I have 3 offers and talked to a lot of schools with interest. Offers from SDSU, NDSU, and USD.