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2017 Schedule
32-5, 1st in Pac-12

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star 2018 point guard Eric Ayala mentioned Arizona, Oregon, Syracuse, Miami, South Carolina, Maryland, UConn. Recently decided to stay in '18.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson told ESPN his final six: Arizona, Kentucky, Ohio State, Oregon, UCLA, TCU.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star junior Shareef O'Neal -- son of Shaquille O'Neal -- has committed to Arizona.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star 2018 point guard Quentin Grimes has hosted Texas A&M, Arizona, Baylor, Texas and Oklahoma this week. Marquette will be in today.

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7dESPN Recruiting Nation

Ayton will be key part of Wildcats' core

DeAndre Ayton was ranked as the top player in this class before Michael Porter Jr. leaped ahead of him this past season. He'll have some early growing pains, but will be a fantastic NBA prospect.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Arizona's Allonzo Trier told ESPN he will return to school next season. Will be Preseason National Player of Year candidate. Story coming.

ESPN Stats and Information  

John Calipari and Kentucky lead the nation when it comes to luring ESPN Top 100 recruits during the past half-decade. Coach K and Duke are not far behind in the competition.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Trevon Duval: "I'm working toward making a decision. It's getting easier. Everybody has a chance." Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Baylor, Seton Hall.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Rice transfer Marcus Evans will visit VCU this weekend. Averaged 19.0 PPG, perhaps the transfer market's best sit-out guard. Miami and Arizona in final three.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Rice transfer Marcus Evans is down to Arizona, VCU and Miami, source told ESPN. Will set visits soon. Perhaps the best sit-out guard on the transfer market. 19.0 PPG.


Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

R.J. Barrett, the nations No. 1 sophomore, getting some shots up after practice st the Nike Hoops Summit. He holds offers from Arizona, Kansas, Missouri, UCLA and others, but it's a safe bet he'll have offers from every single school by the end of his recruitment.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

R.J. Barrett, who has offers from Arizona, Kansas, Missouri and UCLA among others, has been so impressive this week. Just had a great finish inside amidst the trees, but has incredible vision. Hard to believe he's two years younger than all the players here at the Nike Hoops Summit.

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Arizona's Kobi Simmons to enter NBA draft

Arizona freshman guard Kobi Simmons, a projected second-round pick, is declaring for the NBA draft and will not return to school.

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20dJohn Gasaway

Next season's stars: DeAndre Ayton

Upperclassmen comprise the bulk of next season's stars, but Arizona's DeAndre Ayton is one exception.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke transfer Chase Jeter tells ESPN his list includes USC, Arizona, Cal, San Diego State, Gonzaga, Oregon, Utah and UCLA. No visits set.

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21dJoe Lunardi

2018 Bracketology: Arizona a No. 1 seed

Lauri Markkanen already declared for the draft and Allonzo Trier is likely to follow. Still, Sean Miller's squad will be loaded with talent next season.

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21dEamonn Brennan

Way-Too-Early Top 25: Arizona

The Wildcats will be hard hit by the NBA draft, but Sean Miller is bringing in more stars, including ESPN 100 prospect DeAndre Ayton (No. 2 overall).

Final Four still gives Simon chills (1:08)

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.6101st
Rebounds Per Game36.7121st
Assists Per Game13.5169th
Points Allowed65.939th

Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record54-32
Championship Seasons1997
Tournament Appearances33