Tyson Jolly’s college career will have to wait one more year to get started.
The former Putnam City West star, who signed with California in the spring, learned over the summer that his high school transcript was half an elective credit short of meeting Cal’s admission standards.
Jolly’s ACT score and grade-point average well-exceeded NCAA standards, and his transcript met the requirements at several other universities, some of which reached out to Putnam City West coach Lenny Bert. Rather than attend another school, Jolly decided to maintain his commitment to Cal. He will spend the next year at Elev-8 Prep Academy in Delray Beach, Fla.
BY JACOB UNRUH Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Wed, Jul 22, 2015
Evans, one of the state’s top basketball recruits in the upcoming senior class, announced on his Twitter page that he was no longer committed to the Cowboys, a school he once said fit his up-tempo style of play.