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June 2, 2008 at 3:05 PM

Huskies get first 2009 commit

Two Salt Lake City newspapers are reporting that Washington has gotten a commitment from C.J. Wilcox, a 6-5 guard from Pleasant Grove, Utah. I have also confirmed this through an independent source.
Here’s a report from the Deseret News and another from The Salt Lake Tribune.
And here is his prospect bio from Scout.com, which lists him as a two-star recruit.
Reports I have gotten are that Wilcox is a “very, very good shooter,” and “long and fast” and also a good student who won’t have any of those kinds of issues.
Wilcox becomes the first member of UW’s Class of 2009, when the Huskies could have up to four scholarships to fill. Indications I have gotten are that UW would still have room for Avery Bradley and Abdul Gaddy should either or both decide on the Huskies.
I’ll have more on this a little later.
UPDATE — Here’s a video of Wilcox from YouTube.

Comments | Topics: Abdul Gaddy, C.J. Wilcox

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