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Kyle Hardrick and Antwone Jackson will both suit up for NAIA school Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma next fall. Hardrick attended Pratt Community College while Jackson played at Lawson State Community College this season.
Hardrick had planned on attending Central Arkansas University before a change of plans.
Hardrick, a former Oklahoma Sooner, never was eligible to play for the Beavers this season in the Jayhawk Conference. Hardrick never received a release after attending Oklahoma for two seasons.
Jackson started his career off at Northwest Shoals Community College before transferring to Lawson State Community College. The 6-foot-7-inch small forward averaged 4 points and 4 rebounds this season. Jackson was a teammate of Arkansas signee Coty Clarke.
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