PULLMAN – Some people wear their hearts on their sleeves. Jordan Railey wears the U.S. Army. Literally. But make no mistake why the stripes of an Army sergeant-major are tattooed on the Washington State junior’s right forearm. It’s all about heart. And gratitude.
PULLMAN – Jordan Railey doesn’t hide it for a second. The former Iowa State Cyclone was nervous last Friday against Bakersfield when he stepped on the court for his first-ever action as a Washington State Cougar.
IF THERE’S A silver lining to center Jordan Railey’s suspension from the Washington State basketball team, it’s this: youngsters Junior Longrus and Josh Hawkinson are getting more opportunities to prove themselves.
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.
By Chris Williams, CycloneFanatic.com Publisher
Sophomore Jordan Railey and freshman Tavon Sledge are no longer a part of the Iowa State basketball program.
The two former Cyclones were granted their scholarship releases on Friday according to a release.
“We certainly appreciate the work and effort Jordan and Tavon have given our program,” Iowa State head coach Fred Hoiberg...