Washington PF Noah Dickerson is Exploring His Options

Lars Hanson, Publisher
The Dawg Report
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In the wake of the coaching change within the Washington men's basketball program, sophomore power forward Noah Dickerson has confirmed to Rivals.com he is exploring his options in the transfer market.

UW has already lost five-star incoming freshman Michael Porter Jr., who was granted his released by the university on Thursday. In addition, the Huskies granted the release of center Matthew Atewe leaving Dickerson the second current player to want out.

Dickerson, who originally signed with Florida out of Montverde Academy (Fla.), was granted his release from his NLI after head coach Billy Donovan left for the NBA. UW assistant Raphael Chillious had built a previous relationship with the highly touted post prospect coming out of high school, allowing for him to sign with the Huskies in 2015.

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