Jerrett says he's 'happy' he left Wildcats for pro ball

2013-06-05T11:56:00Z 2013-06-05T11:56:47Z Jerrett says he's 'happy' he left Wildcats for pro ballBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
June 05, 2013 11:56 am  • 

After working out with the Phoenix Suns earlier this week, Arizona forward Grant Jerrett said he’s glad to have left the Wildcats after one season.

“I don’t regret coming out,” Jerrett said, according to this azcentral video. “I’m happy I did it. I just keep going with it.”

Jerrett told reporters that he has worked out with the Bulls, Spurs and Trail Blazers and had another scheduled for Tuesday with the Pacers.

While Jerrett’s biggest eye-opening skill appears to be his shooting, he said he’s been trying to show other skills during workouts for teams.

“Doing more posting up, being aggressive, rebounding and passing the ball,” he said. 

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