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Dedric Lawson Reclassifying To 2015, Will Join Brother At Memphis

Dedric Lawson is reclassifying from the class of 2016 to 2015 to join his brother KJ Lawson at Memphis next season.

Lawson would immediately give Memphis even more depth in the frontline.

Via L. Jason Smith/Memphis Commercial Appeal

Calvin Godfrey Transfers To Memphis

Calvin Godfrey has transfered to Memphis as UConn and LSU have passed on the forward.

Godfrey began his career at Iowa State and was dismissed for marijuana possessoin.

Godfrey averaged 13.1 points and 8.8 rebounds last season at Southern before being ruled ineligible due to poor APR scores.

"He is a high-major talent," one coach told ESPN.

Via Jeff Goodman/ESPN

Avery Woodson Commits To Memphis

Avery Woodson committed to Memphis on Saturday for the 14-15 season.

Woodson is a 6'3 JUCO transfer guard.

“Coach (Josh) Pastner says I’m a player,” Woodson told John Martin of the Memphis Commercial-Appeal a couple days before making his decision. “He said I’ll be able to play anywhere with the rest of the guards and that he wouldn’t just stick me in the corner to shoot.”

Woodson was also considering Boise State, Murray State and Southern Miss.

Via Raphielle Johnson/College Basketball Talk

Trevon Bluiett Commits To Xavier Over Butler, Memphis, Michigan State

Trevon Bluiett has committed to Xavier, picking the Musketeets over Butler, Memphis and Michigan State.

Bluiett had originally committed to UCLA in September, but decided to reopen the process to find a school closer to home.

“There were a lot of things that attracted me to them,” Bluiett said of Xavier. “(Coach Chris Mack and assistant Travis Steele) were consistent throughout the recruiting process. There were a lot of curveballs in the process, but they always had the same message. When you look at the school, it’s a good program that’s in the Big East now and with their style of play it will fit me well. I think we’ll have enough weapons to make some noise in the tournament.” 

Bluiett is ranked No. 45 in the class of 2014 and is one of the best shooting guards.

Via Kyle Neddenriep/Indianapolis Star
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