clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

5-star point guard Kylan Boswell includes Arizona in top 8

arizona-wildcats-mens-basketball-kylan-boswell-recruiting-illinois-unlv-espn-gameday-2023 Landon Bost/Naples Daily News/USA TODAY Network-Florida / USA TODAY NETWORK

Arizona’s 2022 recruiting class only has one signee in it, and coach Tommy Lloyd has said he’s unsure if the Wildcats will add anyone else to that group since he expects a large percentage of his current team to return for next season.

But 2023 is a different story, and the wheels are starting to turn as far as being in the hunt for some of that class’ top prospects.

That includes 5-star point guard Kylan Boswell, who on Tuesday released a Top 8 that includes Arizona along with Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Oregon, Texas Tech, UNLV and USC.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Boswell is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 11 player in the 2023 class, as well as the third-best point guard and the No. 2 prospect from Arizona. He plays for Phoenix’s Compass Prep after growing up in California.

“I am looking for a program that plays my style of play,” Boswell told 247Sports. “I want a good relationship with the coach early. I am going to take my time. I am going to take a close look at all the programs. I don’t know when I am going to commit, but I know I want to take my time. There are a lot of programs I want to take a look at and I will list the schools I have the best relationships with the coaches with.”

Boswell, who has offers from 22 schools, is already on the NBA’s radar. has him slotted as the No. 9 pick in the 2024 NBA Draft, for what it’s worth.

“I feel like I can do everything,” he told 247Sports. “I can guard all five positions and I am a knockdown shooter. I believe I am a great point guard and I feel like if I come to your school, you will get the best out of me and everything you need to win.”

Boswell is one of five 2023 prospects Arizona has offered, per 247Sports.