Posted on: October 29, 2008 12:58 am

Former Arizona recruit headed to Washington

Abdul Gaddy is committed again ... this time to Washington.

The 6-foot-3 point guard from Tacoma, Wash., told Scout.com late Tuesday that he will sign with the Huskies next month, choosing the in-state program over UCLA. Gaddy had been committed to Arizona, but he decommitted shortly after Lute Olson's announced retirement.

Gaddy is rated as the ninth-best player in the Class of 2009.

His commitment means 13 of Scout.com's top 20 are now off the board.

Here's an updated look at Scout.com's top 20 prospects with their college situation in parenthesis:

1. Derrick Favors (uncommitted)

2. John Wall (uncommitted)

3. John Henson (committed to North Carolina)

4. Xavier Henry (uncommitted)

5. Renardo Sidney (uncommitted)

6. DeMarcus Cousins (committed to UAB)

7. Lance Stephenson (uncommitted)

8. Kenny Boynton (uncommitted)

9. Abdul Gaddy (committed to Washington)

10. Avery Bradley (committed to Texas)

11. Ryan Kelly (committed to Duke)

12. Daniel Orton (committed to Kentucky)

13. Jordan Hamilton (committed to Texas)

14. Alex Oriakhi (committed to Connecticut)

15. Dominic Cheek (uncommitted)

16. Wally Judge (committed to Kansas State)

17. Dante Taylor (committed to Pittsburgh)

18. Dexter Strickland (committed to North Carolina)

19. Mason Plumlee (committed to Duke)

20. Thomas Robinson (committed to Kansas)

Category: NCAAB
Posted on: September 28, 2008 12:37 pm
Edited on: September 28, 2008 12:48 pm

Washington recruit transferring to Patterson

Top 100 prospect Clarence Trent is transferring from Findlay Prep in Nevada to the Patterson School in North Carolina for his final year of high school, a source told CBSSports.com this weekend.

It's a cross-country move that the source described as amicable, and it is not expected to have any effect on Trent's commitment to Washington. The 6-7 forward (ranked as the nation's 77th-best prospect by Scout.com) committed to the Huskies earlier this month. At Patterson he'll team with a slew of talented players, among them Rashanti Harris (ranked as the nation's 26th-best prospect by Rivals.com).

Category: NCAAB
The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of CBS Sports or CBSSports.com