Duel Player Notebook

Here are a few player notes from Wednesday's action.

Jahii Carson: Carson did not play much in his first game and after viewing his these past two days, he left us with a mixed impression.

Carson is definitely a good basketball player, but we wonder how much he will improve in the future.

Still, considering he has talent an is from Arizona, that is definitely a risk worth taking.

Cezar Guerrero:Should the UA somehow fail to land a point guard, Guerrero is an intriguing procespect.

He is strong in the open court and played well against the Mac Irvin Fire, controlling the game for Belmont Shore at one point.

He definitely is not a player that should have an offer right now, but is certainly one to keep an eye on.

Quinn Cook: Cook was his usual solid self on Wednesday. He hit a free throw to advance his team to the semifinals and he is easily a top five player in the tournament.

While we hear mixed opinions on Arizona's chances with Cook, we feel like the point guard recruiting of the UA would be much different if there were more than a few signs that he was considering the UA more.

Sidiki Johnson: Johnson was not in attendance, as he was never cleared of the AAU rules that require a player to be from a bordering state.

Anrio Adams: Adams played well, although his shot did not fall at all. We continue to like his game and it is difficult to judge what all his strengths are because he has to be extremely tired by now.

Still, Adams is a priority of the Wildcats and rightfully so at this point.

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