One of Arizona basketball’s top recruiting targets for the class of 2023 is getting ready to make his decision.
Dusty Stromer, a 4-star shooting guard out of Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif., will announce his commitment early next week, according to Tracy Pierson of Bruin Report Online. Stromer’s final four consists of Arizona, UCLA, Gonzaga and Houston.
Stromer is No. 47 in the 247 Sports Composite rankings. He’s ranked the No. 10 shooting guard and No. 5 prospect out of California.
At 6-foot-6 and 180 pounds, Stromer is well-sized for a shooting guard.
Bruin Report Online’s sources say Stromer is most heavily considering UCLA or Gonzaga, but Arizona’s staff is putting on a full-court press, too, according to UA commit KJ Lewis.
Lewis told Zach Schumaker, “We definitely trying to get Dusty. We’ve been hard on Dusty. So that’s one of the first people we’re trying to get us.”
KJ Lewis reveals that @ArizonaMBB's 2023 dream class features himself, Kylan Boswell, Dusty Stromer, and Kwame Evans Jr. @thekjlewis believes that if they all team up, they'd "probably be the best team in the nation." "It would be crazy."@BamBam_Boz @AZDesertSwarm @BearDownU pic.twitter.com/EBlF5mqOjt— Zach “ ” Schumaker (@_SchuZ_) April 29, 2022
Arizona’s 2023 class consists of Lewis, a 4-star shooting guard out of El Paso, Texas, and Kylan Boswell, a 5-star point guard from Chandler.
Lewis told Schumaker that Arizona’s dream 2023 class would also include Kwame Evans Jr., a 6-foot-8 power forward out of Maryland who is ranked No. 3 overall according to 247 and whom the Wildcats offered earlier this week.