2022 Top 30 recruit Arterio Morris decommits from Memphis, explains why


, the No. 28 overall basketball recruit in the 2022 247Sports Top150 rankings, has de-committed from Memphis he announced on his Instagram account on Sunday night. "Memphis is my dream school but I feel I committed too fast," said Morris on his decision to de-commit. "I want to have a chance to enjoy the recruiting process." (247 Sports)

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2022 Top 30 recruit Arterio Morris decommits from Memphis, explains why


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