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May 30, 2008 at 10:50 PM

Gaddy rethinks Arizona commitment, names UW a possibility

That’s the word from Scout.com, which caught up with Abdul Gaddy, the top-rated basketball recruit in the state. Gaddy said the shakeup in Arizona’s coaching staff has caused him to rethink his commitment to the Wildcats.
“I’m going to look at my options,” he told the Web site. “Arizona is still my front-runner.”
Gaddy, a junior at Bellarmine Prep and a first-team all-state player last year, named Washington, Oregon and USC as places he’s considering, along with Memphis, Texas, Kansas and Gonzaga.
Gaddy said that he and teammate Avery Bradley, also rated at Rivals.com as one of the top 20 recruits in the country, plan to play at the same program.
For those with Scout.com subscription, you can read the story here.
The Tuscon Citizen has also summed the story up.
UPDATE: Here’s the Tacoma News Tribune’s story today on Gaddy.

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