Woodson & Baylor part ways

Dominic Woodson is back on the market. He already has two schools in mind and a handful of others calling on him.

Dominic Woodson and Baylor parted ways on Monday.

Woodson, a 6-foot-8, 250-pound big man out of Huntington (W.V.) Huntington Prep, had picked Baylor over North Carolina State in early November. According to his high school coach Rob Fulford, the decision to part ways was mutual.

"It was mutual," Fulford said. "Obviously Baylor didn't anticipate two first round picks coming back. They certainly didn't think Isaiah Austin would be back and Cory Jefferson. There is a log jam in the post."

"Both of them realized with those two guys coming back it just wasn't a good fit any longer," he added.

Woodson, Scout.com's No. 99 prospect in the 2013 prospect, is now the only top 100 prospect available.

"I got a ton of calls and texts about him yesterday," Fulford said.

"He's specifically said Memphis and Marshall," he added. "Obviously Marshall because he's familiar here."

Fulford said he fielded phone calls from UCLA, Florida, Alabama, Purdue, Connecticut and Cincinnati.

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