Bellarmine point guard Abdul Gaddy no longer considers himself committed to Arizona, and says he and Bellarmine shooting guard Avery Bradley are listening to interested teams as a pair.
It’s quite a pair, as Scout.com lists Gaddy as the nation’s No. 2 point guard, and Bradley as the No. 9 shooting guard.
UW has scholarship space available if the pair want to stay home — four seniors depart after the coming season and the Huskies have no announced commits for the class of ’09. However, the class of ’08 is bringing in three highly regarded guards, so things could get crowded back there. But probably the kind of crowd coach Lorenzo Romar would be happy to sort out.