The Arizona Wildcats are a finalist for yet another five-star prospect. This time it’s Jeremiah Robinson-Earl.
The 6-foot-9 forward listed Arizona as one of five finalists, the others being North Carolina, Kansas, Notre Dame and Villanova, he told Rivals.
Robinson-Earl is the No. 18 player in the 2019 class and No. 5 power forward, per 247Sports composite rankings. The Kansas native attends IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
Here is what he likes about Arizona, per Rivals.
“When I went down on the visit, it was a great campus and a great location. The Pac-12 always has pro teams in each city so you are going to have NBA scouts at each game and practice though if you are good enough they will find you anywhere. I like them because they showed me what they can do specifically with my position. They do a thing called Phoenix push where the bigs can get the ball and push ahead for the guards.”
Robinson-Earl averaged 19.5 points and 11.4 rebounds on the Under Armour circuit this spring, and here is what Brian Snow of 247Sports had to say about his game:
“Robinson-Earl was a double-double machine. He was scoring from the mid-range and around the rim, and then he was one of the best rebounders in the entire event. Robinson-Earl can do a lot of different things from the power forward position and is an absolute monster to defend. He runs the court well, is physical on both ends of the floor, and also can switch screens.”
All eight Crystal Ball predictions believe Robinson-Earl is headed to Kansas.