Performing in front of large crowds is nothing new for Jordan Morgan. He’s played in a Final Four and in four NCAA Tournaments.

On Wednesday night, he made a quick switch from basketball to baseball, throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the White Sox-Tigers game at Comerica Park.

Morgan, who is finishing his master’s degree in engineering, is the career leader in games played at Michigan. He’s looking to continue his career professionally, signing with an agent and setting his sights on getting a tryout with an NBA team.

“There’s interest from teams,” he said. “Right now (the goal) would be workouts. ... I have to outplay these people.”

Depending on whether he makes a positive impression in workouts, Morgan is prepared to play in Europe as well.

“You never know — people might say they’re interested in getting me in for a workout and it may never pan out,” Morgan said. “I know I’ll have an opportunity to work out somewhere.”

“I’m very confident. People told me I wouldn’t play at Michigan.”

Morgan, a tri-captain last season, averaged 6.4 points and 5.0 rebounds in 37 games, and elevated his numbers to 12.8 points and 7.8 rebounds in four NCAA Tournament games.