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December 3, 2006 at 10:44 AM

Recounting them up

It’s always a popular topic on here to discuss the team’s scholarship situation everywhere there is a personnel move of some sort. So let’s again break it down again in the wake of Harvey Perry’s decision to leave the team.
2006-07 roster
Scholarship players
SENIORS
F — Hans Gasser
JUNIORS
G — Joel Smith
G — Ryan Appleby
SOPHOMORES
G — Justin Dentmon
F — Jon Brockman
F — Artem Wallace
FRESHMEN
C — Joe Wolfinger
C — Spencer Hawes
F — Quincy Pondexter
F — Phil Nelson
G — Adrian Oliver
REDSHIRTING
G — Tim Morris
WALK-ON
G Brandon Burmeister (senior)
SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL — 12.
Comment: Perry’s departure means the team is now one under the 13-player limit. For those who continue to wonder about Zach Johnson, he is not on a basketball scholarship and doesn’t count against this total.
07-08 roster
SENIORS
Joel Smith
Ryan Appleby
Tim Morris
JUNIORS
Justin Dentmon
Jon Brockman
Artem Wallace
SOPHOMORES
Joe Wolfinger
Spencer Hawes
Quincy Pondexter
Phil Nelson
Adrian Oliver
FRESHMEN
F – Matthew Bryan-Amaning
F – Darnell Gant
G – Justin Holiday
TOTAL 14.
Comment: Isaiah Thomas won’t be coming in as part of this class. I talked with South Kent coach Raphael Chillious the other day and he said Thomas’ academic situation means he has to spend two years at South Kent to graduate. So it sounds as if Thomas won’t be playing college basketball until 2008.
That now leaves UW just one over the limit and as has been discussed here before, Tim Morris can be moved to walk-on status if necessary.
As for whether the Huskies will sign anyone more for 2007-08, I wouldn’t rule it out. But as of now, there isn’t another signing period until the spring, and there don’t tend to be a lot of commitments during the season as both coaches and players tend to like to wait to see what happens, so I wouldn’t expect any immediate movement.

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