Wing Jordan Murphy has committed to the University of Minnesota a source comfirmed to the Star Tribune on Friday. 

The 6-7, 220-pound Murphy  -- the seventh and final recruit for the 2015 class -- visited Minneapolis earlier this week. He ultimately chose the  Gophers  over Boston College and Indiana, among others. 

"I'm very happy," Murphy said over text. "It's a great feeling and it was a hard decision but I think I made the right one."

The San Antonio native originally committed to VCU but reopened his recruitment after former Rams coach Shaka Smart left for Texas.

He joins a class that includes guards Jarvis Johnson, Dupree McBrayer, Kevin Dorsey, wing Ahmad Gilbert, big man Jonathan Nwankwo and transfer Reggie Lynch.

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