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Links: UA recruit Tyler Ennis adjusts to St. Benedicts, Neal announces Tuesday, baseball wins first series

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  • SNY.tv produced this piece about 2013 point guard recruit Tyler Ennis' move from his home in Canada to Newark, N.J., and basketball powerhouse St. Benedict's Prep. Ennis, a pure floor general who has some big-time interest from Arizona, Syracuse and Kansas, is just one of a growing number of players heading to the US from Canada. Now, he's attending the same school as newly-named New York Knick J.R. Smith and former Arizona player Sidiki Johnson.
  • In other not-really-that-important-but-fun-to-note-news, Arizona commit Gabe York has hops.
  • Remember, Davonte' Neal announces his decision tomorrow at 9 a.m. on a broadcast on FoxSportsArizona.com. The webcast begins a half-hour earlier. Also an important note: Neal's good friend, UA commit Cody Ippolito is attending the announcement. Hmmm.
  • If there was any doubt that -- no matter the Wildcats appearing to have a better NCAA resume -- the Washington Huskies had the better blueprint to make a run in the Big Dance, their sweep of Arizona this season proved it. Now, the Wildcats are fighting with Oregon and Colorado just to be in third place in the Pac-12 while the Huskies just might be getting tuned up to make a big run, according to Mike Schmitz and the Daily Wildcat.
  • How odd is it that this is the last week for the Wildcats playing in McKale Center? After they face the Los Angeles area schools this week, their only remaining game is against the ASU Sun Devils in Tempe. It's probably for the best though -- according to Bruce Pascoe these guys are tired, not surprising considering the injuries.
  • The Arizona baseball team started the season 2-1 this weekend, taking a series over the North Dakota State Bison.
  • Apparently, the attendance for baseball games through three games was already A QUARTER of last season's total attendance. I suppose that move to Hi Corbett is working out well, whether it be because of the booze or otherwise.