Four-star planning to visit

Namon Wright is one of the top prospects in the 2014 class. Read on to see his thoughts on Arizona, the recruiting process, and more.

2014 Pacific Hills (Calif.) wingman Namon Wright is one of the better prospects on the west coast, but he's not happy with how things went this summer.

"My summer was alright," Wright said. "I got to play with and against a lot of good players, but I don't feel I played the way I'm capable of, which is frustrating.

"I felt I would play a lot more consistently. You always want to play your best against the best and while I did some good things, I just expected more."

While he is disappointed, Wright is not going to hang his head.

"I'm just going to continue to work hard this year," Wright said. "I'm not going to let anything get me down because every player deals with tough times.

"My main goal is to just get better at everything. I need to become a better shooter and passer and I just need to continue to work at those kinds of things."

Wright has now turned his focus to the high school season and has high hopes for his squad.

"As a team, we obviously want to win state and we definitely have the players to be able to do that," he said. "It will all come down to working hard and playing together as a team and listening to our coaches."

Wright is still in the early stages of his recruitment.

"I've been hearing from a lot of different schools like USC, Gonzaga, New Mexico State, Oregon and Arizona," Wright said. "I'm actually going to Arizona soon on a visit.

"It will be nice to check the place out and get to meet with everyone. Coach Miller and Arizona both have good reputations, and I'm interested to see how things go on a daily basis."

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