Dahveon Morris (born September 17, 2001) is an American basketball player who attends American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida. A junior guard for his high school team, he has repeatedly drawn attention from national sports media. He has been ranked among the top high school basketball players of his class. Morris began playing with Mount Carmel High School in Chicago. He is the nephew of current NBA player Dwyane Wade.
Early Life Edit
Morris was born September 17, 2001, in Chicago, Illinois to Deanna Morris, the older sister of National Basketball Association player Dwyane Wade. She still retained parental rights. He has four cousins: Zaire, Zion, Xavier, and Kaavia Wade. He spent a lot of time with his uncle growing up. Dwyane gained custody of Morris when he was 12 years old. His real father wasn't listed on his birth certificate and remains unknown.
For his freshmen year of high school, Morris played basketball Mount Carmel High School in Chicago, Illinois. Also on the team, nicknamed the Caravans, was his cousin Zaire Wade. Both played on the school's freshman team. For Wade's sophomore season, he transferred to American Heritage School in Plantation Florida, where he has been a member of the varsity squad.