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Sonoran Hot Reads (7/2)

The coaching staff's a little busy

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It's July, which means it's football recruiting season, and there were certainly plenty of things impacting the Arizona Wildcats on Wednesday.


- 3-star defensive tackle Jabari Walker gave his verbal commitment to the Wildcats. Crazy thing is he's never even been to Tucson.

- Korey Banks has Arizona in his top five (plus one)

- has Scooby Wright III as the player with the second-best intangibles in the entire country

- Our SB Nation overlords previewed the Pac-12 while at a cookout


- The NBA Summer League will have plenty of former Arizona players, including Aaron Gordon and Nick Johnson

- Sean Miller's U-19 team moved on to the quarterfinals with a 93-45 win over Argentina

- Rondae Hollis-Jefferson answers ten questions for

- The Pistons followed Stanley Johnson around with a camera for a day


- Bobby Dalbec played third base during a no-hitter that USA threw against Cuba. It's the first time Cuba's ever been no-hit in international play

- Former Arizona catcher Jett Bandy made the PCL All-Star team

Other sports

- The full 2014-15 year in review is here

- The women's basketball conference schedule is out

- Golf's George Cunningham was a medalist at the North and South Amateur at Pinehurst

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