Jefferson duo to announce intentions

Terrence Jones - keeping things mum

Friday could be one of the biggest days in Washington basketball history, as two Portland (Ore.) Jefferson hoops high-risers will announce their college intentions, and the Huskies are in the thick of the battle for both. Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds will be on hand at Jefferson High at 3:30 PM PST to learn where four Democrats will play basketball in college.

Stephen Madison is expected to sign with Idaho, and Antoine Hosley is deciding between Gardner-Webb and Cal State-Bakersfield.

But their announcements pale in comparison to the drama that will unfold with Terrence Ross and Terrence Jones.

Ross, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, officially visited Washington earlier in the week, and Scout.com reported through sources that Ross had verbally committed to the Huskies and may have already signed a letter of intent.

And then there's Jones, who Scout.com's Dave Telep compared to a top CIA operative. The 6-foot-8 F/G took an official visit to Kansas over the weekend, and KUSports.com is taking the press conference seriously enough to partner up with the Oregonian to run a live feed via the internet.

Jones is expected to choose between Kansas, Kentucky, Washington, Oregon, UCLA and Oklahoma, although it appears that UK, KU and UW are his final three.

We will be at Jefferson High for all the breaking news, including pictures, interviews and more.

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