WHEN IT COMES to Jordan Railey, WSU head man Ken Bone knows exactly what he's getting in the 6-11…
Ken Bone has a big man on way for 2013-14
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.
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