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May 24, 2010 at 10:04 AM

Report: UW May Fill Terence Jones’ Spot With a JC Transfer

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On its subscription site, ESPN.com is speculating Washington could fill the hole in the 2010 recruiting class created by former commit Terrence Jones, who picked Kentucky, with junior-college transfer Carrick Felix (left).
Felix, a 6-6 wing at the College of Southern Idaho, was bound to Duke, but was unable to enroll, according to Jeff Goodman at Foxsports.com.
The Felix-to-UW rumor began partly began Felix was on the same team last season as Husky newcomer Aziz N’Diaye.
Washington has a scholarship remaining, however, coach Lorenzo Romar said he wouldn’t mind saving it for next season. He said he likes the chemistry on the team and didn’t want to disrupt it.
Last season, UW had just 12 players on scholarship and had Romar had difficulty doling out playing time. He figures to have similar problems this season.
Seemingly, Felix is a cross between incoming freshmen Terrence Ross and Desmond Simmons.
Felix was going to be Duke’s first-ever JC transfer under Coach Mike Krzyzewski.

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