I have been granted my release from Washington State University. Best of luck to coach kent & the team!— Tramaine Isabell (@oTrillMaine) May 14, 2014
Tramaine Isabell has been granted a release from his National Letter of Intent and will not enroll at Washington State, the school confirmed on Wednesday. The point guard was considered in recruiting circles to be the jewel of WSU's 2014 class and was expected to contribute next season.
Isabel was the only remaining signee to original sign under former coach Ken Bone. The class now consists of three players, forward Aaron Cheatum and guards Ny Redding and Jackie Davis.
"We wish Tramaine the very best," Kent said in a press release. "The future of Cougar basketball is bright. I like the group of young men we have in place now, as well as what we will add in the near future with our available scholarships."
WSU still has two scholarships available in the class of 2014.