Conference Breakdown: No. 6 PAC-10

Sean Miller and Arizona top the PAC-10 conference rankings as they'll bring in a three-man class that includes one of the nation's top point guards -- Josiah Turner.

Top Class?

Sean Miller has Arizona back in the hunt for some of the nation's top prospects.

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Scoring AAU teammates Josiah Turner and Nick Johnson was huge for the Wildcats. Turner, a top 25 prospect and Johnson, a top 50 guy, will give Arizona's backcourt an immediate boost of talent.

"I love it," Johnson said about playing with Turner in college. "I thought me and him played really well together and I'm glad we are going to keep it going."

Joining Turner and Johnson is 6-foot-8 top 100 prospect Sidiki Johnson. A mobile, face up four-man, Johnson will help on the interior.

"Sidiki is a hard working big man," the 6-foot-3 Johnson said. "I think he's going to be able to do some good stuff for us next year. Me and Josiah, obviously from playing together, have a relationship that not a lot of other classes have."

With three commitments, the Wildcats may not be done, as they'll look to sign one more in the spring.

Other Winners?

After Arizona, Oregon and Washington were the big winners in the PAC-10.

PAC-10 Rankings
No. 1:Arizona
No. 2:Oregon
No. 3: Washington
No. 4: USC
No. 5: Arizona State
No. 6: Stanford
No. 7: UCLA
No. 8: Oregon State
No. 9: Washington State
No. 10: California
Dana Altman's first class at Oregon is going to end up a pretty good one. The headliner of his recruiting class is top 20 prospect Jabari Brown, a lights out shooter from long range.

But they'll also bring in summer riser and Illinois native Bruce Barron, as well as shooter Brett Kingma and talented big man Austin Kuemper.

Where Oregon did their best work was adding talented players on the perimeter. Brown and Kingma are both known for their ability to shoot the ball, while Barron is a tough, scrappy guard that can play a couple of positions.

Oregon likely isn't done, as they are looking to add a couple other recruits to their 2011 class.

Washington's class got a jolt of energy when Tony Wroten announced he would play for Lorenzo Romar.

Arguably the nation's top passer, Wroten, a 6-foot-4 guard, sees the floor very well and has a lot of swagger and flare to his game. He's not the athlete he was prior to his ACL injury, but he's still an impressive talent.

To go with Wroten, Washington has commitments from three-star shooting guard Hikeem Stewart and three-star center Jernard Jarreau.

How did the PAC-10 stack up?

Top PAC-10 Prospects
Top Prospect:Josiah Turner, Arizona
Best Scorer:Jabari Brown, Oregon
Best Passer:Tony Wroten, Washington
Best Shot Blocker:Sidiki Johnson, Arizona
Best Floor General: Josiah Turner, Arizona
Best Post Player:Sidiki Johnson, Arizona
Best Shooter: Jabari Brown, Oregon
Best Rebounder:Austin Kuemper, Oregon
Best Athlete:Nick Johnson, Arizona
Of the big six conferences the PAC-10 brought in the least amount of talent.

The conference did get a handful of high-level prospects like Turner, Brown, N. Johnson and Wroten, but there wasn't a lot of depth.

Turner and Brown are the only two five-star prospects set to play in the PAC-10. They will bring in seven top 100 prospects as well as six three-star players.

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