Arizona recruiting target Ray McCallum Jr. announced Wednesday afternoon he would play for his father, who is the head coach at Detroit.
McCallum, a point guard from Detroit Country Day, also considered UCLA and Florida. It was not considered a recruiting surprise that he decided to stay close to home.
What does this mean for the Wildcats, who would like to add one more player — perhaps at least one more player — to this recruiting class?
Brad Allis, one of our partners in the TucsonCitizen.com Sports Network, breaks down how the roster could shake out. Other known recruiting targets for UA are guard Josh Selby (a very long shot at this point), guard Doron Lamb (who will announce his decision Saturday and whose family has still been in contact with the UA staff) and power forward Kadeem Jack. Jack is expected to announce later this month.
Arizona signed shooting guard Daniel Bejarano in the fall, and is expected to sign guard Jordin Mayes and junior college forward Jesse Perry this spring.
We also hear that there are additional candidates for this UA class, including a potential big man transfer from a four-year school.
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