Aaron Gordon: The Oakland Soldiers lost a close game on Thursday and Gordon was visibly upset after the game. Winning means a lot to Gordon and Arizona could be in a good position if it wins this season. He will be in town to check out the team during the Red-Blue Scrimmage.
"I'm going to visit Arizona and look at the team," Gordon said. "I'll be down there for the Red-Blue game, so I hope it goes well."
Namon Wright: Wright struggled when we saw him play, but did show flashes of his potential. He has interest in the Wildcats, which may lead to a visit.
"I have been talking to USC and Arizona the most right now," Wright said. "I'm going to try and visit both sometime this year."
Stephen Zimmerman: While he did not play due to an injury, Zimmerman was seen at plenty of Dream Vision games throughout the day. Even though he has missed playing time over the summer, Arizona, UCLA, and Kansas are still recruiting him hard.
"I went down to Arizona last summer and the coaches showed me around and everything," Zimmerman said. "They told me that they were going to come after me hard."
Max Hazzard: The younger brother of Arizona walk-on Jacob Hazzard did not disappoint on Thursday, giving his team an early lead with eight straight points during a short period where he also picked up three steals. His recruitment could get interesting as he would love to play with his brother at the next level.
"My brother is my best friend and when he left, I was upset," Hazzard said. "I would love to go to school with my brother."
Marcus LoVett: Lovett is still developing as a player, but is playing on an older team in hopes of improving quicker. It may be paying off as he is hearing from USC, Washington, Stanford, UCLA, UNLV, Texas, Colorado, Cal Poly, DePaul, Kansas, Indiana, and Arizona.
"It's fun and I'm enjoying the process of improving as a player," LoVett said. "I want to keep it that way and not make things too serious right now."