THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER
Last week center Chris Garnett was released by the University of West Virginia. He is presently seeking a new destination for next year. Coach Belein has laid down the LAW and Garnett may be the first of several players not to return to the squad. The center slot was quickly filled by transfer D'Or Fischer of Northwestern Louisiana State. Fischer is a tough inside defender who has been referred to as THE KING OF SWAT. Meanwhile, the Georgetown Hoyas received a verbal from Georgetown Prep center, Roy Hibbert. Hibbert is a 6'10" rising junior.
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