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Sonoran Hot Reads: Arizona offers 2019 five-star forward Matthew Hurt

Sean Miller starting to piece together three recruiting classes from now

NCAA Basketball: Stanford at Arizona Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

You know when a player that is still three years away from graduating high school starts receiving scholarship offers from big-time schools that he’s probably pretty good at basketball. 2019 forward Matthew Hurt, the 13th-best player in 247’s Composite rankings, received an offer from the Arizona Wildcats on Monday according to Brad Allis. Among the other schools that have already offered Hurt are: UNC, Kansas, Louisville, Florida, Oregon, and Minnesota, which is where his brother plays. Here’s some of his highlights

- I thought this piece by Matt Norlander on black head coaches talking about uncomfortable experiences they’ve had with law enforcement was very interesting


- Paul Magloire and Trey Griffey were among over 400 players named to the Senior Bowl watch list

- AZCentral rounded up a ton of predictions that have been made about Arizona this year

- You’re going to want to watch Arizona commit Darrian McNeal do things

- Ryan previewed this year’s offensive line situation, which has the potential to be improved. Catch up on all our position group previews in one spot

- BYU has named a starting quarterback, and it’s Taysom Hill

- Speaking of quarterbacks, where Anu Solomon ranks in the Pac-12 headlined our Tuesday Twitterbag


- Robert Refsnyder is up to a ten game hitting streak in Triple-A

- Zach Gibbons hit his fifth professional home run

Other sports

- Hannah Stevens scored two goals in women’s soccer’s win on Sunday, and now she reflects on her time at Arizona heading into her senior year

Tucson news

- A UA professor plead guilty to stealing over $80,000 from the university

- Smoking has been banned in all Sahuarita public parks

- The New York Times wrote an extensive feature on Tucson’s food scene