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Arizona transfer Craig Victor is down to LSU and Oklahoma State and is expected to announce his decision later Friday, according to his AAU coach from New Orleans Elite, Gregg Holmes. Per Adam Zagoria with ZagBlog.com
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Holmes said Victor will decide “sometime today. He’s gotta get into school somewhere, so hopefully by today.”

Holmes said Victor spoke Friday morning with Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford and they were planning to speak with LSU’s Johnny Jones.
Victor, a forward from New Orleans who was a top 50 recruit coming out of high school, is transferring in search of more playing time. Per ESPN:
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Victor was ranked 37th by ESPN in the Class of 2014. However, the 6-foot-7 New Orleans native -- who played prep school ball at Findlay Prep in Las Vegas -- was able to get on the court in only eight games.
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If you get Victor, Blakeny, and Big Ben all in next year, combined with the guys returning, the Deaf Dome may make a serious comeback.


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If you get Victor, Blakeny, and Big Ben all in next year, combined with the guys returning, the Deaf Dome may make a serious comeback.
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Why is everything always between LSU and Oklahoma State in basketball? It's the weirdest thing...
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"You didn't read it very well. He prepped in Las Vegas. Native of New Orleans."

He played at Findlay Prep only his senior year AFTER he committed to Arizona. The rest of his time was spent at St. Augustine in NOLA
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You didn't read it very well. He prepped in Las Vegas. Native of New Orleans.
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You decided to take your talents to Arizona instead of LSU and now you can't get playing time? Oh well tough.
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Come on down
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