Rumors about Washington guard DeAndre Liggins Unfounded

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The top prospect in the class of 2008 will be able to play his senior season.

Rumors have circled around the Public League that Liggins, a 6-6 junior, would be too old to play his senior season.

According to IHSA rules, a player is ineligible to play a sport if he turns 20 during the season. A source with Chicago Public Schools has confirmed that Liggins will not turn 20 during the basketball season.

Liggins attended Midnight Madness at Illinois on Friday night and played in the Hawkeye Classic in Iowa City on Saturday.

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