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Friday / May 24.
  • Jahvon Quinerly has hired an attorney to represent him in the college basketball bribery scandal and says he remains committed to Arizona “for now.”

    The Hudson (N.J.) Catholic and Sports U point guard told reporters at the USA Basketball minicamp in Colorado Springs, Colo., that he has hired attorney Alan Millstein — who in 2004 represented onetime Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett – to represent him in the bribery case.

    Quinerly also told ESPN he has not been contacted by federal authorities in the case.

    Asked if he had accepted money, he told ESPN, “I have no comment.”

    Moses Brown, the 7-foot-2 senior big man from Archbishop Molloy High School and the New Heights AAU program, has cut Louisville from his list in the wake of the FBI investigation into bribery in college basketball and is now focusing on Maryland and UCLA.

    Brown visited Maryland last weekend and will trip to UCLA the weekend of Oct. 28 as will Zion Williamson and Darius Garland.

    “They’re out,” Brown told ESPN’s Jeff Borzello in reference to Louisville at the USA Basketball minicamp in Colorado Springs, Colo. “I didn’t want to be associated with anything negative. I really don’t need that.”

    Brown had visited Louisville last month, but Louisville head coach Rick Pitino and assistants Kenny Johnson and Jordan Fair were all placed on administrative leave after the FBI complaint revealed Adidas and Louisville allegedly were set to pay the family of Brian Bowen $100,000 in return for Bowen’s commitment to Louisville and his subsequent signing with Adidas when he turned pro. (For more, read our New York Times story here.)

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