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April 9, 2011 at 8:39 AM

Videos: Jernard Jerreau, Andrew Andrews and Justin Holiday

It’s a little old, but here’s a pair of videos that were linked in the comments section.
The video (above) is the first installment of a documentary released Friday that features Washington incoming freshman Jernard Jarreau. The other person in the documentary is Eric Weary Jr., another New Orleans prospect.
In the video (below) OregonLive.com talks to Husky incoming freshman Andrew Andrews after last week’s Northwest Shootout. The Portland guard explains why he’s enrolling at UW this summer rather than attend prep school.


AROUND THE PAC-12:
— According to Jon Wilner at the Mercury News, Larry Scott plans to expand the Pac-12’s appeal overseas. He wants to develop a Pac-12 Network that will broacast games internationally, specifically in the Pacific Rim.
— Wilner also gives an early look at a top 25 preseason list. There’s only one team from the Pac-12.
— Arizona coach Sean Miller doesn’t expect Derrick Williams to make a decision about his NBA plans any time soon.
— Maybe Justin Holiday is not on a very good team at the Portsmouth Invitational. Whatever the case, the Washington senior managed just four points on 2-for-4 shooting in 22 minutes and his squad was blown out for the second straight day.
The tournament concludes today and Holiday’s team will play a squad led by UW senior Matthew Bryan-Amaning.
— In the video (below) Holiday talks with HoopSpeak.com about what he’s doing to get ready for pre-draft workouts.

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