Point guard McKinley Wright, one of four signed players in the 2017 recruiting class for the Dayton Flyers, has requested a release from his letter of intent, he announced Friday on Twitter.
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Wright, a senior at Champlin Park High School (Minn.), wrote, “Dayton remains a program I will strongly consider” but he feels it’s in his best interest “to explore all opportunities with the change of events.”
New Dayton coach Anthony Grant said Thursday he plans to meet face to face with Wright and the three other recruits: Jordan Davis, of Irmo, S.C.; Jordan Pierce, of Scotch Plains, N.J.,; and Nahziah Carter, of Rochester, N.Y. According a report by Prep Hoops SC, Grant is meeting with Jordan Davis today.
🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/RibqLN21mn— McKinley Wright IV (@Ballislife_025) April 7, 2017
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