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Husky Men's Basketball

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September 14, 2012 at 9:11 AM

Class of 2013 Pac-12 team rankings

Arizona received a verbal commitment from Rondae Jefferson, a consensus five-star prospect from Chester, PA. Securing the 6-7 small forward is obviously a huge coup for the Wildcats who lose senior wings Solomon Hill and Kevin Parrom.
This is a big week in recruiting as coaches are making in-home visits and many like Arizona’s Sean Miller are getting prospects to make a commitment before taking an official visit. Most recruits will make official visits in October.
The early signing period is Nov. 14-21.
Here’s a look at how the 2013 recruiting race ranks in our opinion.
THE PAC-12’s 2013 COMMITMENTS
Name …………………….. Pos. …… Ht/Wt ……. Hometown …… ESPN,Rivals, Scout rankings
No. 1 ARIZONA
Rondae Jefferson …. SF …… 6-7/215 ….. Chester, PA ………… 5-5-5 (14 ESPN, 16 Rivals)
Elliott Pitts …………….. SG …… 6-5/180 ….. Dublin, CA …………. 4-3-4 (88 ESPN, 141 Rivals)
No. 2 UCLA
Zach LaVine …………. PG ….. 6-3/165 ….. Bothel, WA …… 4-4-5 (48 ESPN, 40 Rivals)
Allerik Freeman ……. SG ….. 6-3/205 ….. Charlotte ……… 4-4-4 (51 ESPN, 52 Rivals)
No. 3 CALIFORNIA
Jabari Bird …………….. SG …… 6-6/190 …… Richmond, CA ……….. 5-5-5 (20 ESPN, 18 Rivals)
Jordan Matthews …… SG ….. 6-3/185 ……. Santa Monica, CA ….. 3-4-3 (85 Rivals)
No. 4 USC
Kendal Harris ………. PG ….. 6-4/195 ……. Richardson, TX …… 4-4-3 (74 ESPN, 81 Rivals)
Roschon Prince ….. SF …… 6-5/200 ……. Long Beach, CA ….. 3-4-3 (71 Rivals)
Kahlil Dukes ……….. SG …… 5-11/160 ….. Hartford, CT ………… 2-3-3
No. 5 WASHINGTON
Nigel Williams-Goss … PG …. Happy Valley, OR ….. 6-3/180 … 4-4-4 (47 ESPN, 39 Rivals)
No. 6 COLORADO
Jaron Hopkins ……….. SG ….. 6-4/185 ….. Mesa, AZ ……………. 3-4-NR (104 Rivals)
Dustin Thomas ………. PF …… 6-8/210 ….. Texarkana, Texas ….. 4-3-NR
No. 7 ARIZONA STATE
Chance Murray …….. SG ….. 6-3/180 ….. Los Angeles ….. 3-3-3
Egor Koulechov ……. SF ….. 6-5/190 ….. Weston, FL ……. 2-3-2
No. 8 OREGON STATE
L.J. Westbrook ……. PG ….. 6-2/175 ……. Salem, OR ….. 2-3-3
Hallice Cooke ……… PG ….. 6-3/185 ……. Jersey City, NJ ….. 2-3-3
Cheikh Ndiaye ……… C …… 6-10/210 ….. San Diego …… 2-NR-3
No. 9 OREGON
Fred Richardson … SG …. 6-5/200 ……….. Friendswood, TX ….. 3-NR-NR
No. 10 UTAH
Parker Van Dyke ……. SG ….. 6-3/170 ….. Salt Lake City ….. NR-NR-NR
Brandon Miller ……… SG ….. 6-2/190 ….. Salt Lake City ….. NR-NR-NR
Corrected and updated: 1:06 p.m.


FRIDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Washington target Kyle Washington will visit the Huskies on Sept. 28, according to Adam Zagoria. The Huskies will also host five-star prospect Aaron Gordon that weekend. Washington is scheduled to take a trip to North Carolina State on Sept. 21. He’s also considering Ohio State, Marquette, Louisville and Iowa State.
Bruce Pascoe at the Arizona Daily Star notes the Wildcats have a national recruiting plan.
AK Murphy at PointGuardU.com writes Miller is building a monster at Arizona. The Wildcats signed three five-star recruits last year that are 6-8 or taller and landing Jefferson puts the Wildcats in rare company in the recruiting ranks.
— On its pay site, ESPN elevates Arizona from unranked to No. 8 on its top 25 recruiting rankings.
— Here’s a thorough breakdown on Arizona’s recruiting from Scout’s Brian Snow, Josh Gershon and Rick Broering.
— Colorado is new to the Pac-12, but the Buffaloes are still recruiting in Big 12 territory. They landed Dustin Thomas, a 6-8 forward from Texarkana, Texas who is considered a four-star prospect by ESPN.
Oregon State received a verbal commitment from Hallice Cooke, a 6-3 point guard from New Jersey.
— USC replaced 5-7 guard Maurice Jones, who decided to transfer, with 7-2 center Oram Oraby, who is leaving Rice. The Trojans petitioning the NCAA for him play immediately. He has two years of eligibility. Oraby is the third 7-footer on USC’s roster.
— Former UW star Jon Brockman injured his right eye during a workout Monday. The Houston Rockets forward was released from a hospital in Houston and is expected to make a full recovery.

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