Recruiting of another sort continues on the men's side, as Keady looks to hire a third assistant coach. Jay Price, the coach formerly known as "restricted earnings", was being considered to be a part of departing head assistant Bruce Weber's new staff at Southern Illinois. Price has confirmed he will be staying on "in some capacity" at Purdue, but declined to specify if that meant being promoted out of the "restricted" earnings position. In the meantime, Price is making travel plans to hit the road and recruit this summer. Among the destinations will be the Morris Shootout in Illinois and also to Tulsa for Jerry Mullin's Juco Camp.
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