5-Star SF Carter Bryant to visit Arizona Basketball for Red-Blue Game

As Tommy Lloyd and Arizona Basketball puts focus on the recruiting class of 2024, 5-Star Small Forward Carter Bryant is set to visit for the Red-Blue Game. 

It wasn’t long ago that Arizona Basketball and Tommy Lloyd offered Carter Bryant was offered, and already the Wildcats are pulling out all the stops in recruiting the highly-touted 2024 five-star small forward.

With offers from Duke, Gonzaga, Oregon, and several others, Carter has his fair share of suitors already, and luckily, the Wildcats are Lloyd will be soon hosting him on campus.

Making news via social media on Monday, it was announced that Bryant will be in town for the Arizona Red-Blue game on September 30.

Coincidentally, Bryant will also be in Tucson with current 2023 Arizona commit, KJ Evans.


The work put in by Arizona Basketball in such a short time has seemingly made a difference in the recruitment of 2024 small forward Carter Bryant.

Tommy has come to Arizona not afraid of competing, and already he has put together a solid class for 2023 with the additions of five-star point guard Kylan Boswell (reclassified for 2022), and four-star shooting guard KJ Lewis.

However, despite the Wildcats missing out on a few other recruitments, Bryant would be a big-time get for Lloyd and the Cats.

A budding star from Sage Hill School in Newport Coast, CA, Carter is considered to be the No. 7 overall player in the class by 247Sports and is also considered to be the No. 2 rated small forward. He is the top prospect from the state of California as well!

At 6-foot-8, Carter possesses a massive wingspan and with his skillset and athleticism, he is the prototypical wing/forward hybrid.

Carter is a talented athlete that can score at all three levels, he uses his length and size well on defense, and he is also a solid passer with great vision of the court.

Overall, this is a kid with a lot of upside and potential, and here’s a small preview of how special of a talent he is!

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