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The Section 7 tournament features some of the best high school teams and gives Arizona Basketball’s new staff a great opportunity to introduce themselves.
The gloves are officially retired for Arizona Basketball and many Division One college basketball programs as they can resume their normal recruiting activities. For the Wildcats, the Section 7 tournament at Glendale is a great opportunity for new staff to introduce themselves.
In case you didn’t know, the Section 7 tournament was started as a way to serve the basketball community by offering more student-athletes hoping to play college basketball a flat -form to showcase their skills.
However, for the past year or so, recruitment has experienced a significant slowdown as several programs have had to deal with recruitment restrictions due to the continuing threat from the Covid pandemic. In the process, negatively impacting several high school hopes.
The tournament will allow coaches to go out in public, talk to more kids, as well as share and sell Lloyd and Arizona’s vision in the post-Sean Miller era.
For Arizona Basketball, the restart of the Section 7 tournament provides a great opportunity for the new coaching staff to introduce themselves.
Arizona Basketball head coach Tommy Lloyd has only been in office for two months at this point, and Gonzaga’s longtime former assistant is getting used to the job.
So far he has assembled a formidable team around him (retaining former assistants Jack Murphy and Jason Terry), but as you may recall, either Terry or Murphy had no opportunity to recruit. face to face last year.
With this tournament, it allows coaches to go out in public, talk to more kids, as well as allow them to share and sell the vision of Lloyd and Arizona in the post-Sean Miller era.
Some players expected at the Regional Tournament:
- Dylan Anderson (2022 – Center 4 * – Perry HS – Gilbert, AZ) * Current Arizona basketball engagement
- Dior Johnson (2022 – 5 * PG – Centennial HS – Corona, CA)
- Jeremiah Nyarko (2022 – 4 * PF – St. John’s Bosco HS – Bellflower, CA)
- Milos Uzan (2022 – 4 * PG – Desert Pines HS – Las Vegas, NV)
- Jalen Lewis (2023 – 5 * C – Bishop O’Dowd HS – Oakland, CA)
- Jaxon Kohler (2022 – 4 * PF – American Fork HS – American Fork, UT)