Gaddy, one of nation's top prep prospects, to sign with Huskies
Abdul Gaddy, one of three recruits to withdraw his commitment to Arizona after Lute Olson retired as men's basketball coach last week, has announced he will sign a letter of intent next month to play at Washington.
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"We came back to the drawing board and Coach Romar has always been there," his father, Abdul Gaddy Sr., said, according to the Seattle Times. "He's followed him since he was a freshman in high school. And it will be a great opportunity to play in front of family and friends. It was just kind of a no-brainer at the end."The early signing period for college basketball begins Nov. 12.
According to the Arizona Daily Star, forward Mike Moser, who decommitted as well, said he likely will wait until the spring signing period before making a decision. Moser, from Portland, Ore., told the Daily Star he might reconsider the Wildcats.
Forward Solomon Hill, from Los Angeles, decommitted on Friday, and is considering hometown USC, among other schools.
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