Both of Morrow’s parents attended Nebraska, with Tim Miles using that to drive his recruitment.“They’re recruiting me the hardest,” Morrow told SNY.tv this summer. “They pressure me the most.” That earned Miles an important visit. Last year, Nebraska earned a surprise NCAA Tournament berth and used it to build momentum. Morrow took an unofficial to Lincoln and his parents opened up about their experience at Nebraska. Meanwhile, Miles also pitched the idea of him being a three-four type who could “expand his game.” Morrow joins point guard Glynn Watson and power forward Michael Jacobson in Nebraska’s 2015 class. During July, though, his excellent play for Mac Irvin Fire (AAU) caused his recruitment to grow complicated. He listed new offers including Arkansas, Cal, Oklahoma State and Temple. In the end, he landed where his parents went and figures to be an important building block going forward. JOHN CROSBY TO DAYTON John Crosby, a 6-3, 187-pound point guard from Baltimore and New Hampton (N.H.), committed to Dayton and head coach Archie Miller.