Arizona commit Jahvon Quinerly hires lawyer; no contact with FBI

Five-star point guard Jahvon Quinerly said Saturday that his family has hired a lawyer, but he has not been contacted yet by federal authorities in connection with the FBI investigation into college basketball last month.

Quinerly was not explicitly named in the FBI documents, but he is committed to Arizona and was recruited by Arizona assistant Emanuel “Book” Richardson, who was one of four assistants (from various schools) arrested. The documents allege a $15,000 bribe from Richardson to Player-5, who “verbally committed to attending” Arizona “on or about August 9, 2017.” Quinerly committed to Arizona on Aug. 8.

The Wildcats (4-2, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) scored on their opening drive, a 20-yard pass from Jack Schetelich to Todd Summers, and led 21-0 at halftime after the defense forced three turnovers. Schetelich, 3 of 8 for 61 yards passing with an interception, scored on a 12-yard run in the third quarter.

Hunter, Malik Reaves, Trey Johnson and Rasaan Stewart picked off passes for Cheap NFL Jerseys USA Villanova.

The Black Bears (1-3, 0-3), who outgained the Wildcats 165-69 in the first half, were held to eight yards rushing overall by the conference’s leading defense. The Villanova MLB Authentic Jerseys defense held CAA rushing leader Josh Mack to 22 yards on 18 carries.

Chris Ferguson, 15 of 24 for 138 yards passing, threw three interceptions, and Max Staver, 8 of 17 for 73, threw another.

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