DePaul's Currie to Miss Remainder of Season

CHICAGO - DePaul senior guard Jabari Currie will miss the remainder of his senior season with torn meniscus in his left knee. Tests done Monday morning confirmed the injury and he will undergo surgery in early March. Currie stands as the lone four-year senior on DePaul's roster and finishes his collegiate career with 112 career games.
February 9, 2009

Currie Headed To Chicago

Jabari Currie knew where he wanted to go. After just a single official visit he committed to play in Conference USA.
September 6, 2004

AAU Coach Talks Chandler and Currie

Last week, we gave you the latest on two Michigan hoops stars that had Ohio State high on their list. They play for the same AAU team, and Kyle Lamb had a chance to speak with their AAU coach, Chris Grier, about where the two players stand college-wise.
August 15, 2004

Ohio State Back In The Mix For Currie

On the day Jim O'Brien was fired, three-star guard Jabari Currie of Detroit Pershing High School was thrown for a loop. For a while, it seemed like Currie, who was ready to commit to Ohio State, would be heading elsewhere, but now the Buckeyes seem to be back in the thick of things.
August 13, 2004

Blue Demons Strong With Currie

One of the bigger point guards in the class is Detroit Pershing's Jabari Currie. The 6-foot-4 Currie has four schools chasing him with some intensity this month.
August 10, 2004

Recruiting Update: Point Guards

So far the Wildcats have struggled in their attempts to bring in a combo-guard as part of the 2005 recruiting class. After this weekend's recruiting camps the team has some new players in their sites.
July 13, 2004