The Arizona Wildcats are one of four finalists for four-star wing Terry Armstrong, he announced Tuesday on Twitter. The other three are New Mexico, Oregon and Oklahoma.
The 6-foot-6 Armstrong is the No. 56 player in the 2019 class and No. 5 shooting guard, per 247Sports composite rankings.
Top 4 pic.twitter.com/TK9b93pIH1— Terry Armstrong (@TerryTerry25) September 19, 2018
Armstrong is originally from Michigan, but attends Bella Vista Prep up the road in Scottsdale. He is ranked as the second-best player in Arizona behind UA commit Nico Mannion, per 247Sports.
Armstrong is set to officially visit Arizona on the weekend of Oct. 5. Five Crystal Ball predictions have been submitted for his recruitment and four of them have him selecting Michigan State — which is not a finalist — so no one seems to have a good beat on him, though the Wildcats do have one Crystal Ball prediction in their favor.
Armstrong is “a versatile scoring guard, who uses his long, wiry frame to dominate the competition on both ends,” according to his USA Today profile.
Here are his junior year highlights: