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Washington sophomore forward Noah Dickerson will take an official visit to the University of Miami on April 30, Dickerson told Rivals on Wednesday. The visit marks Dickerson's second after visiting Virginia last weekend.
The Huskies second-leading returning scorer continues to mull his future after the firing of Lorenzo Romar and assistant coach Raphael Chillious in mid-March.
Both former UW coaches played an integral role in landing the former four-star Montverde Academy (Montverde, Floria) recruit, who originally signed with Florida before Billy Donovan departed for Oklahoma City.
Dickerson said he is still considering Washington as one of his potential schools for the 2017-18 season, but remains noncommittal on where he will play for certain.