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Arizona

A Quick Look

Prospects
Rank Pos. (Rank)
Quick Analysis
Josiah Turner #13 PG (#3) Turner is one of the most physically gifted point guards in the class and has a great combination of scoring ability and passing skills. He is a very exciting player who is quick, fast and strong and has the ability to get to the basket at will.
Nick Johnson #28 SG (#8) Johnson is a surprisingly athletic guard who has a very good shot and finishes around the rim well. He is also a very good defender due to his toughness, athleticism and outstanding footwork which allows him to keep whoever he’s defending in front of him.
Angelo Chol NR PF (NR) Chol is an athletic and long big man who runs the floor extremely well. He is also a good shot-blocker who rebounds well. On the offensive end, he has an impressive jump hook and can make the mid-range jumper with needed time and space.
Sidiki Johnson NR PF (NR) Johnson is a long, athletic power forward whose physical gifts are ahead of his basketball skills. He finishes above the rim well and is a raw and undeveloped prospect who will take a few years to get the most out of him.

Evaluation

The reason the Wildcats class is so high is because of point guard Josiah Turner (#13), who will be nearly unstoppable in the Pac-12. He has excellent ball-handling skills and the speed and quick first step to get by any defender. He can not only make acrobatic finishes once he gets into the lane but can also deliver passes that even his teammates don’t see coming. However, Turner is not the only elite player coming in for Arizona. Shooting guard Nick Johnson (#28) will be a very good player for the Wildcats as well since he is a superb athlete and great slasher and finisher. Arizona also has big men Angelo Chol and Sidiki Johnson in their incoming class who will provide the Wildcats with an inside presence.

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One comment on “Arizona

  1. […] you go down the rest of the top ten you will see that Arizona and Ohio State just missed out with Syracuse, Alabama and Louisville holding the last three spots. […]

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