Houston transfer reportedly to visit Wildcats

2013-06-25T14:04:00Z 2013-06-26T18:43:41Z Houston transfer reportedly to visit WildcatsBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
June 25, 2013 2:04 pm  • 

Sean Milller may have a good use for his extra scholarships, after all.

Houston wing transfer Joseph Young is reportedly visiting Oregon this week with plans to visit Arizona next week, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. According to a tweet from CBS Sports Network's Jon Rothstein, Baylor and Florida have also been in the mix.

Young was a third-team all-Conference USA pick last season while averaging 18.0 points for the Cougars. He played high school ball for Nic Wise's father, Greg, at Yates High School of Houston.

Young would not likely be eligible to play next season but he has two more years of eligibility remaining.

The Wildcats have two open scholarships for 2013-14 if they want to give them. They have seven returning scholarship players plus newcomers Aaron Gordon, Elliott Pitts, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Zach Peters.


In a Sporting News profile, Damon Stoudamire says coaching basketball is "therapeutic" for him.


Kentucky's Kyle Wiltjer has decided to move on, too. Cal and Oregon are among the places he may consider leaving for.


Parker Jackson-Cartwright is attending a Nike point guard camp.


ASU's Carrick Felix is hoping defense is his ticket to the NBA Draft.

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