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October 27, 2014 at 2:26 PM

Jermaine Haley de-commits from Washington

The recruiting news has been positive for Washington lately, however, the Huskies received their first setback in awhile when Canadian standout Jermaine Haley announced he’s re-opening his recruitment after committing to Washington in July.

The 6-7 guard from Burnaby, British Columbia had been the first member of UW’s 2016 recruiting class.

Haley, a four-star prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com, will finish the 2014-15 school year at Burnaby South in British Columbia before attending a prep school next year.

Before committing to Washington, Haley was considering Memphis, Gonzaga, Louisville, Arizona and Ohio State.

Washington assembled a heralded six-man 2015 recruiting class that ranks 10th nationally, according to ESPN.com. The Huskies received verbal commitments from guards shooting guard Dejounte Murray, point guard David Crisp, small forward Matisse Thybulle, power forwards Marquese Criss and Devenir Duruisseau and junior-college center Malik Dime.

Jim Basnight was first to report news on Haley.

 

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