Elliott Pitts likely will sign his letter-of-intent for Arizona tonight at De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif.

De La Salle coach Frank Allocco said this morning that Pitts will probably sign his letter at a parent meeting tonight, having committed to Arizona shortly after the July evaluation period and remaining steady on his commitment since then.

“He’s doing great,” Allocco said. “Elliott’s a great kid and a great leader. He was just really wowed by Arizona. He went out there, loved the team and loved Sean Miller and thought it was a great place to continue his career.”

While Pitts is projected as a shooting guard in college, Allocco says he uses the versatile Pitts all over the court in De La Salle’s four-out offense.

“He can guard, pass, shoot,” Allocco said. “The biggest improvement is in his shooting. He’s a very, very good shooter and that’s what we’ve challenged him on. He’s also a great driver and he does a lot of things that make us better.”

UA's other committed 2012 player, Rondae Jefferson, has said via Twitter that he plans to sign Thursday.

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Solomon Hill told USA Today Sports that he suggests Shabazz Muhammad should think about leaving college if he isn't cleared by December. (thanks Fern Dog for the link).

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Kyle Anderson wore a "Free Shabazz" T-shirt, and UCLA could have used Muhammad while barely beating UC Irvine.

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Scout has a signing day breakdown of the Pac-12, rating UCLA's 2013 class the best so far and calling Jefferson the best prospect.

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Josh Pastner pulled in another monster class at Memphis.

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Allen Crabbe scored 33 points to lead Cal over Pepperdine.

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KO enjoyed his newfound depth while USC took care of Long Beach State.

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The honor of first bad Pac-12 nonconference loss goes to Washington, which lost to Albany and lost Scott Suggs to an apparent concussion.

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Former UA guard Daniel Bejarano scored 12 points off the bench in his debut for Colorado State. 

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Had a feature on Jordin Mayes today if you missed it. 

Sportswriter for the Arizona Daily Star covering Arizona Wildcats basketball