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August 23, 2007 at 7:06 PM

Gaddy commits to Arizona

Abdul Gaddy, a 6-3 guard from Bellarmine Prep High in Tacoma who was a 2009 recruiting target of the Huskies, will instead play at Arizona.
Gaddy committed today to the Wildcats, according to this story from Scout.com.
The story quotes Gary Ward, Gaddy’s AAU coach, as saying that Arizona and UW were even in Gaddy’s mind but that the Wildcats finally got the edge because “he’s always dreamed about playing for the Arizona Wildcats.”
It will be interesting to see if Gaddy’s decision has any impact on the future of Franklin High guard Peyton Siva, who has also been considering both UW and Arizona.
Both are point guards and considered among the top prospects in the nation at that position.

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