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March 3, 2009 at 10:26 AM

Wilcox shines in state playoffs, other recruit updates

A few links for a Tuesday morning focusing on the future. …
— UW signee C.J. Wilcox scored 30 points in leading Pleasant Grove to a win in the first game of the Utah State 5A Tournament Monday. Here’s the story, including some interesting quotes from Wilcox’s coach alluding to his future at UW. Pleasant Grove will next be in action Wednesday.
— It hasn’t been easy to get info on Clarence Trent this year, for whatever reason, but the schedule on The Patterson School’s web site says the team is currently 33-2 and will play The Prep School Championships March 9-10 in Endicott, Mass.
— The season for Abdul Gaddy is done as Bellarmine Prep lost in district play last weekend. UW’s other signee, Charles Garcia Jr., is no longer playing after leaving Riverside CC in January to move to a school up north and concentrate on academics.
— The season is also over for Alabama big man DeMarcus Cousins, whose coach says he is still considering UW. Cousins’ team lost in the state semifinals on Friday and Cousins didn’t have a real good game, scoring seven points on 2-12 shooting and fouling out on a technical in the fourth quarter.
— We had this story today on Tony Wroten, Josh Smith and Peyton Siva, and while there is nothing on the college plans for Wroten and Smith, it’s a good read.
— The Garfield High student newspaper had this story on Wroten recently. It’s pretty long and has some good background and detail on Wroten, though there really isn’t anything on his thoughts on college, if that’s what you’re most interested in.
All for now.

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