Job-hopping coaches leave some recruits with decisions to make
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- On a night that should have been a celebration of their prep careers, three of the nation's best played in limbo -- and one of them didn't even know it.
Midway through Wednesday's first half, FoxSports.com reported USC coach
Still, Sidney didn't seem completely convinced. He said he hopes Floyd makes a decision "before I sign" later this month.
Cousins, who scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds, said he hadn't spoken to Calipari on Wednesday, and he declined to offer specifics about his options. "Ask me about that later this week," Cousins said. Like Sidney, Cousins has not signed a letter-of-intent, so he can sign with any school he chooses. Calipari probably will continue recruiting Cousins, but don't be surprised if new Alabama coach
Henry's situation is a bit more complicated. Since he signed with Memphis in November, the school must release him from his letter-of-intent. Henry's family already has applied for that release, and Henry said he had a written agreement with Memphis that he would be released if Calipari left. Henry said he will return home and discuss his options with his parents, who both played basketball at Kansas. Henry said he probably will visit Kentucky and Kansas before he makes a decision.
"I just want to take as much time as I need to make a decision that's going to stick," Henry said. "It could be quick. It could be long. I just want my decision to stick."
Henry said he spoke to Calipari shortly before Calipari officially accepted the Kentucky job. "He just told me that he was leaving Memphis and that Kentucky was his dream school," Henry said. "He didn't want me to feel betrayed by him leaving Memphis. Like my dream of going to the NBA, his dream was going to Kentucky. He should follow his dreams, just like I'm following mine. If we cross paths, if I go to Kentucky, then it's still a good thing. If I don't, then I don't, but at least we'll be on the way to our dreams."
Certain players just look ready for the next level. Atlanta power forward
The 6-9, 235-pounder showed off his speed and power, running the floor for dunks and fighting for rebounds, though, since it was an all-star game, he didn't have to put up much of a fight.
Also impressive in the post was
Gallon said he lost the weight with an eat-less, exercise-more diet that cut out fast food and sodas. He even had to refrain from enjoying too much of the title sponsor's products. "We had McDonalds," Gallon said. "I ate a chicken sandwich and I was done."
Come November, tune in to a Louisville game. You won't be disappointed.
Future Cardinals point guard
Wednesday, Siva dished out nine assists and radiated joy on the court. His signature moment came on a breakaway. Texas-bound guard