The Arizona Wildcats landed their first 2019 commitment Friday in the form of five-star point guard Nico Mannion, but they are out for more.
The UA had in-home visits with four-star forward Zeke Nnaji and four-star forward Drew Timme this week, according to PrepHoops’ Ryan James and StockRiser’s Jake Weingarten, respectively.
Arizona reportedly visited Nnaji, a 6-foot-10 forward from Hopkins, Minnesota, on Sept. 17 and Timme, a Richardson, Texas native, on Sept. 16.
Nnaji is the No. 34 player in the 2019 class and has been quickly rising in the rankings. Same goes for Timme, who is now the No. 41 prospect in his class.
Nnaji unofficially visited the UA on Aug. 31, per 247Sports. Here are some recruits who are scheduled to visit Arizona soon:
- 5-star F Josh Green — Oct. 12
- 5- star F Jeremiah Robinson-Earl — Oct. 13
- JUCO F Khalid Thomas — Oct. 5
- 4-star G Boogie Ellis — Oct. 5
- 4-star G Terry Armstrong — Oct. 5
- 4-star C Christian Koloko — Sept. 22
Arizona’s 2019 class, which only consists of Mannion right now, ranks 39th in the country. The Phoenix native is the No. 13 player in his class and the ninth highest-ranked recruit the Wildcats have ever landed, per 247Sports.
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