As the Arizona Basketball team continues to make in-roads in recruiting, we take a look at 2021 prospect and former Tucson guard, D’Marco Dunn.
Recruiting never stops if you’re Sean Miller and the Wildcats, and with Arizona wrapping up the No. 5 class in the nation, let’s see if Arizona can put together another solid class for 2021.
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It is still very early in the process, so it’s hard to say just what this ’21 class will look like in the coming months, but one things for certain, Miller and Arizona will be staying busy, continuing to scout and recruit numerous players.
One player who is certainly gaining some attention is 2021 guard, D’Marco Dunn. Now playing with Westover High School in Fayetteville, NC, Dunn is an interesting prospect, because currently he is a three-star/ fringe four-star prospect with good size and athleticism.
Over recent weeks, he’s also really started to see his recruitment take shape, especially as he holds offers from; North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Xavier, Wake Forest, Louisville, Marquette, and now Arizona among others.
The other interesting thing is that Dunn is actually a Tucson native. Prior to transferring to Westover High School for his junior season, Dunn was a standout guard at Marana High School, just a few miles from Arizona’s campus.
Now he may have the possibility to return to his hometown to play basketball.
While Arizona does have numerous offers out for 2021 already, it doesn’t hurt to keep your options open if you’re the Wildcats, and Dunn looks like a solid option.
He’s a talented, 6-foot-3-inch guard who likely projects more as a shooting guard. Dunn can score at all three levels, and with Westover this past season, he certainly excelled as he finished the year averaging 20.4 points, 7.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.7 steals per game according to Maxpreps.
On film, he looks quite solid! At 6-feet-3-inches, he has great length and size, and uses to his advantage. He can score at all three levels, excelling from beyond the arc, as he shot 45 percent from three last year.
He can beat you off the dribble, he is explosive and can also use his body to finish around the rim. Dunn is also active on the defensive end, as highlighted by his 2.7 steals average. That’s something I’m surely Miller wouldn’t mind having.
Just take a look for yourself!