With another top-five class on its way to Tucson, the Arizona Wildcats have shifted their full attention to recruiting players for 2021 and beyond. And in recent days the emphasis has been on the Class of 2022, with Arizona extending a slew of offers to some of the top high school juniors in the United States and beyond.
Nearly all of these offers have come without Sean Miller and his coaching staff having been able to have much contact with recruits, as the NCAA has had a dead period in effect since college sports were shut down in mid-March by the coronavirus pandemic.
Below is a breakdown of the 2022 prospects Arizona has offered, a list that will be regularly updated as more offers become public. June 15 was the first day coaches were allowed to officially contact 2022 prospects:
- 5-star California point guard Dylan Andrews
- 5-star California point guard Richard Isaacs Jr.
- 5-star Tennessee combo guard Skyy Clark
- 5-star Texas shooting guard Keyonte George
- 5-star Florida small forward Caleb Houstan
- 5-star California power forward Kijani Wright
- 5-star Arizona power forward Sadraque Nganga
- 4-star California point guard Aidan Mahaney
- 4-star California shooting guard Joseph Hunter Jr.
- 4-star California small forward Tre White
- 4-star California small forward Ramel Lloyd Jr.
- 4-star Texas small forward Rylan Griffen
- 4-star Minnesota power forward Camden Heide
- 4-star Arizona center Dylan Anderson
- 4-star Canadian center Enoch Boakye
- 3-star Nevada point guard Milos Uzan
- Irish power forward ND Okafor (not yet rated by 247Sports)
- Minnesota power forward Elvis Nnaji (not yet rated by 247Sports)
- Long Beach point guard Christian Watson (not yet rated by 247Sports)
- Seattle point guard Koren Johnson (not yet ranked by 247Sports)
- California point guard Shyheim Parm (not yet ranked by 247Sports)
- 5-star center Lee Dort (added 7/25)
Arizona is still looking for its first commitment of 2022, though so are most power-conference teams. Only five schools—Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh and Syracuse—have pledges from that class as of July 11.