Solomon Hill: Hill had a solid game, finishing with 11 points and ten rebounds. He only took seven shots from the field and one from behind the arc, which is the type of offense he should be generating. If Hill can move away from the three-point line and be aggressive inside, he is going to benefit Arizona much more. Hill is good enough to put up lines similar to this one every night and USC was a step back in the right direction.
Kyle Fogg: Fogg did not have a spectacular game, but he was once again solid on the defensive end and made limited mistakes. You would like to see his assist total higher than his turnovers, as he had three of each, but if Fogg plays solid defense and his offense is within the flow of the team, it becomes a bit more difficult to criticize him too much.
Jordin Mayes: This was probably Mayes' best defensive game of the season, as he helped limit Maurice Jones to 3-13 shooting from the field. Offensively, it was much of the same for Mayes, as he finished with four points, four rebounds, and three assists. If Mayes can consistently step up his defense he will be a much better player. There is a long way before that happens, but Sunday's game was a positive sign.
Josiah Turner: Turner had a very similar game to Mayes, which is not necessarily a bad thing. It was nice to see him not push too hard and force things, which the pace against USC can force players to do. Turner has a huge test this week against the Oregon schools and will return home with hopes of continuing to get better.
Nick Johnson: Johnson's freshman slump has come early and he simply is going to have to work himself out of it. Johnson fouled out in 28 minutes and shot two of nine from the field. He is a better player than this and eventually will need to show it, but obviously it is too early to give up on him, as it is just a slump. Johnson has a good opportunity to play well this week in faster paced games, so it should be interesting to see how he bounces back.