Jaren Sina has elected to open things up.
The fallout from Northwestern’s firing of head coach Bill Carmody got underway on Monday afternoon with the announcement that three-star guard Jaren Sina would ask for and will be granted his release from the Wildcats. Rated by 247Sports as a three star prospect with an overall grade of 87, Sina picked Carmody and the Wildcats in July after previously being committed to Alabama.
At the time of his commitment, Sina spoke with 247Sports recruiting analyst Jerry Meyer about how the Wildcats were the exact fit that he was looking for.
"I think it is a great fit for me and a system where I can be successful,” Sina told Meyer following his pledge. “They set a lot of screens and have a lot of ball movement. They shoot a lot of three-pointers all the way from the point guard to the power forward."
The 6-foot-2 point guard will now open things up to other programs who may be looking to add a top flight player late in the process. Upon committing to the Wildcats, Sina also held offers from the Crimson Tide, Memphis, Cincinnati, Miami, Rutgers and St. John’s.