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Arizona offers 2021 guard Jahmai Mashack, brother of former UA defensive back

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The Arizona Wildcats are ramping up their recruiting efforts.

A day after they offered Seattle-area guard Nolan Hickman, they have done the same for four-star prospect Jahmai Mashack, according to Corey Evans of

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is the No. 76 player in the 2021 class, according to 247Sports composite rankings. The Rancho Cucamonga, California native attends Etiwanda High School, is the younger brother of former UA defensive back Kwesi Mashack, and has offers from Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma and some mid-majors.

Here is what his 247Sports scouting report says:

Physical wing with good size and long arms. Plus athlete with ideal toughness/physicality. Competitor who plays consistently hard. One of top defenders nationally in 2021 class. Uses size, length, athleticism, motor and instincts to lock up opposing guards and wings. Should be able to guard at least three positions at next level. Handle and jumper have improved but could still get better; scores many of his points slashing and in transition or on offensive glass/cuts. Projects as high major starter with ultimate success predicated on continued development of offensive skill.

Arizona also recently offered five-star forwards Paolo Banchero and Moussa Diabate, both members of the 2021 class just like Hickman and Mashack.

The Wildcats do not have any 2021 commits yet.