Ken Bone has a big man on way for 2013-14


JORDAN RAILEY, A 6-11 center is transferring to Washington State from Iowa State, CF.C has confirmed. He'll spend the 2012-13 season using his redshirt season, sitting out per NCAA transfer rules, and will then have 2-to-play-2 for Ken Bone and the Cougs beginning with the 2013-14 campaign.

Railey at Iowa State saw action in 25 games his freshman season, averaging 2.0 points and 1.5 rebounds. He was third on the team in blocks with 20.

Last season saw his playing time diminish. He played in 13 games, averaging 0.5 points and 0.7 rebounds.

A source tells CF.C that Ken Bone has been watching Railey play since he was in the ninth grade, when Bone was the head coach at Portland State.

Railey is currently in the midst of finals at Iowa State. CF.C will have more from him once we're able to touch base. Recommended Stories

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