NORMAN — A turbulent off-season for the Oklahoma men’s basketball program continues. Two players, Tommy Mason-Griffin and Ray Willis, say on their Facebook pages they’re leaving the team. And Jeffrey Hausinger, who according to TMZ.com wired $3,000 into the bank account of Tiny Gallon last August, apparently reached out to a second Sooner, guard Willie Warren. At least according to Hausinger’s now-deleted Twitter page. Hausinger, a Merrill Lynch financial advisor out of Tampa, Fla., who also works with professional athletes, made two posts involving Warren. On July 8, 2009, Hausinger tweeted to Warren: "follow me so we can talk. It was great to meet you last week. I look forward to getting to Norman to see you again soon.” That previous week, Warren was at the LeBron James Skills Academy in Akron, Ohio. Then on Jan. 15, before OU’s 66-61 win over Missouri, Hausinger tweeted: "In Norman getting set to watch Willie Warren and Keith Gallon take on the MO tigers, Boomer Sooner.” Warren is one of 21 people Hausinger followed on his Twitter page. Warren, however, didn’t return Hausinger’s tweet. Hausinger’s Twitter page — which had been locked since the TMZ.com story broke, but recently was opened up — was deleted Tuesday afternoon. So was Hausinger’s Web page within Merrill Lynch’s site. In its place read: "The ‘TheHausingerGroup’ Financial Advisor URL does not exist in our system. Please search for a different Financial Advisor using our locator tool below.” Efforts to contact Hausinger were unsuccessful Tuesday. Hausinger has not been reached for comment by anyone since March 18, when the TMZ report came out that alleged he wired $3,000 into a bank account shared by Gallon and his mother, Sylvia Wright. When reached during TMZ’s investigation, Hausinger reportedly told the Web site: "I don’t think I want to talk to you.” OU’s only comment on the matter has come from athletic director Joe Castiglione, who issued the following statement last week: "The university is committed to ensuring compliance with all NCAA rules and regulations. Any activity not in compliance is taken seriously and acted upon swiftly.” According to TMZ, Gallon has since hired an attorney. NCAA rules prohibit student-athletes from receiving compensation, directly or indirectly, from agents, lawyers or financial advisors. The penalties can result in the loss of eligibility for the player, and in some cases, sanctions against the school. However, it remains uncertain if Gallon or Warren did anything against the rules. OU is currently investigating Hausinger’s connection to Gallon. OU’s athletic department already is on NCAA probation until May 23 of this year, stemming from incidents in both the men’s basketball and football programs. As for Warren, he is expected to turn pro despite a disappointing sophomore season. The Sporting News’ national preseason player of the year averaged a team-high 16.3 points per game, but saw his shooting averages drop across the board, and missed OU’s final six games of the season with an ankle injury that required arthroscopic surgery. As a result, Warren’s draft stock appears to have slipped significantly. ESPN draft analyst Chad Ford had Warren as his No. 4 overall NBA prospect to begin the season. Now, Ford has Warren No. 31. If Warren leaves, he likely won’t be the only defection off the Sooner roster. Tuesday morning, Willis wrote on his Facebook page: "Its official no longer a sooner, its been real like my man Russell Simons say.” Willis, a 6-foot-6, 165-pound sophomore out of Atlanta, appeared in 13 games this past season, averaging 2.6 points a game. Tuesday night, Mason-Griffin also announced he is leaving OU, writing: "its a official dat i am leavin skool and enterin draft.” With Mason-Griffin, Willis and Warren apparently on the way out, and Gallon’s status with the program tenuous, the Sooners could be left with only one returning player — guard Cade Davis — that played more than 20 minutes a game last season. Capel, who has yet to meet with the media since OU was ousted by Oklahoma State in the first round of the Big 12 Tournament, has been out around the country recruiting, but is scheduled to be back in Norman today. After the disappointing 13-18 season and several off-the-court issues, Capel is expected to meet with members of the team this week to sort out who will remain part of the program, and who won’t. Late Tuesday night, Capel updated his Twitter page for the first time this week, writing: "Does anyone remember that song from the 80’s called ’rumors?’ I need to have that on constant play these days. Google lyrics if havent heard."