Arizona is looking for options in 2016 and part of that process is evaluating prospects.
One player that has heard from Arizona is 6-foot-4, 190-pound Reserve (La.) River Academy shooting guard Malik Crowfield.
Crowfield had a decent Pangos All-American Camp, but sometimes struggled with the same thing other younger players struggled with in that he was not aggressive enough.
When Crowfield was aggressive, he showed a solid ability to get to the basket and also hit a few mid-range jumpers as well.
When discussing his game, Crowfield realizes that there is always room for improvement."I want to improve my ball-handling, Crowfield said. "I think I am pretty good at it right now, but I want to get better. I think I can get better on everything."
Crowfield is hearing from numerous schools and his recruiting list is sure to increase once he gets more exposure on the Nike circuit."I have an offer from UTEP and Baylor that I picked up in eighth grade," Crowfield said. "Baylor has probably been the school that is recruiting me the hardest.
"The other schools coming after me are Arizona, LSU, Tulsa, and a few others. Arizona is the newest school to get involved, but UTEP and Baylor are my only two offers right now."
Crowfield is relatively new to the recruiting process, but he still has a pretty good idea of what he wants to see in his future school.
"I want a school that I think will be the best fit for me," he said. "I would like to go to a school that is closer to him, but I am open to other schools. I also want to make sure that I have teammates and a coaching staff that I like and can get along well with."