In less than two weeks the University of Buffalo basketball team has gone from the high of competing for the national championship in the NCAA Basketball Tournament to a team without a coach and no incoming recruits.

On Friday, two more recruits decommitted from the program.

Durey Cadwell. a 6-foot-5 guard played last season at Daytona State College in Florida.

James Rojas, a 6-foot-7 power forward has played the last two seasons at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas.

Earlier this week, Noah Williams, a 6-foot-5 guard from Seattle announced that he no longer will be coming to UB.

Last week, Andre Allen, a 6-foot-9 forward at Arizona Western College requested his release from UB.

Cadwell, Rojas and Allen all are listed among the Top 100 junior college recruits in the country.  Allen is ranked 8th overall.

Williams was the only high school player that had been committed to UB.

The Bulls are expected to interview coaching prospects this weekend at the Final Four in Minneapolis.



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