Continuing to make progress in the recruiting classes for 2023 and beyond, Arizona Basketball has officially offered 2024 wing, Carter Bryant.
So far, this off-season has been a busy one for Arizona Basketball as the Wildcats have had to replace five players from last year’s roster, three of them to the NBA Draft.
Luckily, Arizona has been steadily making moves along the recruiting trail with two players committed for 2023. But beyond that, they are also doing well with 2023 wing/forward Kwame Evans Jr.
However, with only so many spots left for 2023, the Wildcats have shifted some of their focus to 2024 as well, which would include 2024 wing, Carter Bryant.
Making news on Monday afternoon, Arizona Basketball officially made its first offer for 2024 to Carter Bryant.
Joining an early list of suitors that include USC, Long Beach State, and UNLV according to 247Sports, the Wildcats were wise to jump in this recruitment as Carter is a standout from Fountain Valley High School in Southern California.
For those that don’t know, Carter is currently ranked as the No. 24 prospect in the class according to 247Sports, and this is a prospect that is likely going to draw a ton of offers this summer. Thankfully, the Wildcats were one of the first ones to do so.
Just a sophomore, Carter is already a great player, and the belief is he will continue to develop and become a national recruit over the next year or so.
Currently, Bryant stands an impressive 6-feet-7-inches with a thin frame that will continue to fill out as he develops. However, he is already a tall and lengthy wing with great athleticism and range, and he possesses a lot of great physical tools.
Granted, there is still a lot of time in this recruitment; however, again, Arizona and Tommy Lloyd were smart to jump in as Carter could very well be one of the best prospects in his recruiting class!
Here’s a quick look at the Wildcats’ latest offer!