Buckeyes forward given release
COLUMBUS (AP) - Seldom-used Ohio State forward Jermyl Jackson-Wilson has been released from his scholarship so that he can transfer to another school after spring quarter, the school said on Thursday.
Jackson-Wilson, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound freshman, wants more playing time, the university said.
Jackson-Wilson played in just 11 of Ohio State's 32 games and averaged 2.3 minutes.
Jackson-Wilson came to Ohio State after a year at Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy.
He graduated in 2003 from Milwaukee's Rufus King High School where he averaged 10 points and 12 rebounds a game as a senior and helped the team go 26-0 and win the Wisconsin state championship.
A phone number for Jackson-Wilson could not be found.