In-home visit schedule

One of the most important parts of the recruiting process is the in-home visit. This is the opportunity for college coaches to sell the benefits of attending their school, but it's also equally beneficial for the players and parents. They get a chance to quiz the coaches on issues uniquely important to the family.

The following is an update of in-home visits taking place the week of Sept. 9. The players mentioned have either shown interest in Arizona at one time or another or they're being pursued by another Pac-10 school or major Division I school I thought might be of interest to our community of readers.

Ike Diogu, 6-9 C/PF Garland (HS), Tex. (Arizona State)

Brandon Lincoln,6-3 combo-guard Portland (Jefferson), Ore. (Oregon)

Deron Williams, 6-3 PG Carrollton (The Colony), Tex. (Tennessee)

Brandon Roy, 6-5 wing Seattle (Garfield),Wash. (Boston College)

Bryson Krueger, 6-5 wing Phoenix (Mountain Pointe), Ariz. (Oregon State)

DeAngelo Alexander, 6-5 two-guard, and Shelden Williams, 6-9 PF Midwest City (HS),Okla. (Oklahoma)

Evan Burns, 6-8 wing Los Angeles (Fairfax),Calif. (San Diego State)

Arizona Coach Lute Olson will make the following in-homes visits:

Sept. 11 - Hassan Adams, 6-4 two-guard, Los Angeles (Westchester), Calif.
Marlon Morton, an assistant coach at Westchester, will be at the in-home along Hassan's mother Connie.

Sept. 18 - Chris Rodgers, 6-3 combo-guard, Portland (Woodrow Wilson),Ore.

Sept. 19 - Brandon Roy, 6-5 wing, Seattle (Garfield), Wash.

Sept. 25 - Andre Iguodala, 6-5 wing, Springfield (Lamphier), Ill.
Kevin Gamble, a friend and mentor to Andre, will at the in-home along with his mother and stepfather. Gamble, a 6-5 PF, played his college ball at Iowa.

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