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|Jamal Coombs-McDaniel is considering a transfer to Hofstra.|
Former Connecticut forward Jamal Coombs-McDaniel was admitted Wednesday into a state drug education program that could leave him without a criminal record.
Rockville Superior Court Judge Laura F. Baldini accepted Coombs-McDaniel's application for the program for first-time offenders and ordered him to take 10 drug education classes and perform 75 hours of community service. Misdemeanor drug charges will be dismissed if he complies with the requirements in the next year.
"I went down there last weekend and had a good trip," he said. "I like the coaches and the whole situation. The head coach is from Massachusetts. I've known (assistant) coach Wayne Morgan from since I was younger. So it's a good situation. I'll probably take Missouri out of it, because they just signed a kid. But I haven't made my decision yet."