UND Roster

2020-21 Men's Basketball Roster

#31 Elijah Morgan


Height 6-1
Weight 165
Hometown New Orleans, LA
High School Jesuit
Class Sophomore
Twitter @Elijah_M10


  • Scored his seventh point of the season in three minutes of action against Wake Forest (2/2/21).
  • With Cormac Ryan sidelined with a sprained foot vs. No. 20/19 Virginia Tech, played a career-high six minutes off the bench.
  • Earned his first career start at Miami (1/24/21) with a consistent effort in practice leading up to the game, ending up playing four minutes against the Hurricanes.
  • Inserted into the lineup early in the game at North Carolina (1/2/21) and finished with two points in five minutes.
  • Saw two minutes of action in the season opener at No. 13/12 Michigan State (11/28/20) and immediately converted on a three-point play to finish with three points.


  • Came off the bench to score a career-high five points – and connect on his first career three-point field goal – at No. 7/7 Duke (2/15/20).
  • Appeared in his first career home game – the 2019-20 home opener against Robert Morris – and scored the first two points of his career from the free throw line.
  • Joined the 2019-20 squad as the team’s lone walk-on.
  • Earned a spot with the Irish throughout a summer of pick up games and eventual walk-on tryouts in September of 2019.


  • Four-year varsity standout at Jesuit High School in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Named the New Orleans Catholic League MVP in 2018-19, while also earning USA Today All-Louisiana Second Team and Louisiana 5A First-Team All-Star selections.
  • Led Jesuit to back-to-back state quarterfinal appearances for the first time since the 2010 season.
  • Also earned a varsity letter in football during his sophomore season.
  • Member of the Hustle Hard Elite AAU team during his prep career.


  • Son of Crystal and Ernest Morgan, along with younger brothers Ethan and Evan.
  • Posted a 4.4 GPA at Jesuit High School.
  • A recipient of a Posse Scholarship to the University of Notre Dame, which includes pre-collegiate training, an on-campus program and a career program.