Four-star guard Darryl Morsell will announce his decision between Maryland and Notre Dame today at Mount Saint Joseph, his father, Dwayne Morsell, said Tuesday. Morsell, 6 feet 4, 190 pounds, whose stock rose dramatically since the summer, "has made up his mind," according to his father. Morsell, a first-team All-Metro selection, helped lead the Gaels to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and Baltimore Catholic League title games last season, averaging 10.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. Maryland coach Mark Turgeon has actively pursued Morsell in recent months as a potential centerpiece of his 2017 recruiting class. Darryl Morsell tweeted a picture last month with Turgeon and the Terps' coaching staff in front of the team bus they took up to the family's Baltimore home. Turgeon also reportedly made a home visit after the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation luncheon in Baltimore last week. If Morsell chooses the Terps and eventually signs, he would become the first player from Baltimore to commit to Maryland since Turgeon followed Hall of Famer Gary Williams in College Park in 2011. If Morsell decides to go with the Fighting Irish, he would follow another former Mount Saint Joseph guard, Eric Atkins, who played at Notre Dame from 2010 through 2014 and was the only three-time captain in program history. Atkins is now a video coordinator for Notre Dame. Turgeon is intrigued by Morsell's versatility and his potential as an elite perimeter defender. While the Maryland backcourt seems a bit crowded, the possibility of point guard Melo Trimble's leaving after his junior year remains strong.