Arizona did not play very well against NAU, but here are five players that stood out more than others.
1. Kevin Parrom: Parrom shot 5-10 from the field and was the relaxing presence among Arizona.
He seemed to consistently come up with the big play and may have found himself a spot among the starters.
2. Derrick Williams: Even when Williams plays poorly, he has a major impact on the game.
Williams hit a big three late in the game and did not turn the ball over, despite being double-teamed numerous times.
3. Brendon Lavender: Lavender was quiet for most of the game before hitting two big three-point shots and coming up with a steal.
Lavender is doing exactly what a bench player should and seems to have found a niche as a shooter.
4. Solomon Hill: Hill did not force anything, as evidenced by his one field goal attempt.
He does a little bit of everything and will continue to do so, although his inconsistency in numbers can be frustrating.
5. Jordin Mayes: Mayes gets this spot by default, as it is difficult to find another player to put here.
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