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5-star forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl to officially visit Arizona for Red-Blue Game

The Wildcats are one of five finalists for Robinson-Earl

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Add another big name to the list of visitors for the Red-Blue Game.

Five-star forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl will take his official visit to Arizona on the weekend of October 13-15, according to Evan Daniels of 247Sports. Five-star point guard Nico Mannion is also visiting that weekend.

Robinson-Earl, the No. 17 player in 2019 class, listed the Arizona Wildcats as one of five finalists in his recruitment earlier this month.

The other four are the North Carolina Tar Heels, Kansas Jayhawks, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and Villanova Wildcats.

Robinson-Earl will officially visit Notre Dame on Sept. 8, Villanova on Sept. 15, North Carolina on Sept. 22 and Kansas on Sept. 29 before rounding out his visits at Arizona, per Daniels.

The 6-foot-8 forward unofficially visited Arizona last season and here is what he likes about the school, 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.”

All nine Crystal Ball predictions have Robinson-Earl picking Kansas when all is said and done.