The biggest weakness that Arizona has this season is obvious nearly every time the team takes the court.
While Lamont Jones and Kyle Fogg are not bad players, both are not good enough at their respective positions to have a truly large impact in a conference like the Pac-10.
Enter Nick Johnson and Josiah Turner.
Recruiting is often a crapshoot, but it seems hard to believe that both will not be an upgrade season, especially considering what they have done in their high school careers.
Josiah Turner will likely come in and be the point guard right away, allowing Jones to move to his natural shooting guard position.
The problem with that is that it is hard to believe he will see much time, considering Fogg will still be at the two spot and Johnson will be joining him.
It may be early in the season, but it is hard not to look ahead to next season considering that Sean Miller has looked at the deficiencies and addressed them accordingly.
Guard issues soon fixed
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