Husky Men's Basketball Blog
Seattle Times staff reporter Bob Condotta provides a running commentary on the Huskies.
April 15, 2008 9:51 PM
Posted by Bob Condotta
This week marks the beginning of the spring signing period for college basketball, something that won't impact the Huskies as they are done signing players for the class of 2008.
However, there are lots of players out there for other schools to sign, among them former Husky Harvey Perry who recently finished up his sophomore year at the College of Southern Idaho, a two-year school in Twin Falls.
Here are Perry's stats for this season, showing he averaged 7.4 points and 3.5 rebounds per game.
This story says Perry will visit the University of New Orleans. I was also told that there may be interest in Perry by the likes of Colorado State and South Florida.
Posted by ID Dawg
10:52 PM, Apr 15, 2008
Wow, walking out on your teamates at UW and moving to CSI really did wonders for his career. He scored a ton, rebounded a ton....and I'm sure he was the defensive stopper that CSI was looking for.... Nice move Perry, maybe you should skip Colorado State, South Florida and University of New Orleans (power house schools) and make the leap to the NBA, you're obviously ready!
Posted by tyler
11:40 PM, Apr 15, 2008
WOW! Settle down buddy. He is a kid not your enemy. Dont let sports have you forget that these are young men trying to figure stuff out. If a kid isnt happy somewhere its ok for them to move on. Lets not root for them to fail. Something to think about.
Posted by Patrick
1:55 AM, Apr 16, 2008
Hey Bob, is UW still looking for another quality out of conference opponent for next season? If so, is Gonzaga on that list? Have you heard anything about when Gonzaga and UW will return to playing every year. Everyone I know at UW would love for Gonzaga to return.
Posted by Mix
6:42 AM, Apr 16, 2008
ironic, Perry shot 59.4% on his FT shots for the season....
Posted by Jynne
9:04 PM, Apr 16, 2008
What a loser he should have stayed at UW By the way the team looked last year he probably could have gotten some playing time. But, thats what happens when you don't ride it out. I'm sure he'll reget it forever.
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