"We have had several discussions with Alex and his family, and they have expressed an interest in opening his recruitment," Beilein said in a release. "We understand his situation and encouraged him to do so, giving Alex his unconditional release.
"We will continue to have dialogue with Alex and his family throughout this process. With his release he is now a prospect again and, due to NCAA compliance issues, we can have no further comment on the situation."
It's highly unlikely that Legion (Scout.com, No. 32) winds up playing in Ann Arbor.
``I feel that this was the best thing for me," said the 6-foot-4 shooting guard.
``It'll be one of those four," Legion said.
All four programs, especially if Brandon Rush elects to declare for the NBA Draft, have a need for Legion.
Legion would go in and battle for Arron Affalo's minutes at UCLA, he would fill a major need for Jim Calhoun in Storrs and would certainly upgrade the talent level in Lexington.
Legion was at Country Day (Mich.) for three years before opting to go to Oak Hill prior to this season.