UA added depth in the backcourt for next season with the addition of shooting guard Jacob Hazzard, a walk-on from Loyola High School in Los Angeles.
His coach at Loyola, Jamal Adams, told the Los Angeles Times that Hazzard would be a preferred walk-on, meaning he was invited, with the possibility of receiving a scholarship in the future, as opposed to joining the team from a tryout.
UA is still seeking a point guard for its final scholarship spot for next season, though there's a chance it could offer the ride to Hazzard (or another walk-on) on a conditional basis if it does not find another scholarship player.
The grandson of Walt Hazzard, the 5-11, 150-pound Hazzard announced on Twitter that he was headed to Arizona. He averaged 12.3 points while making 41 percent of his three-pointers last season (his full stats are here on MaxPreps).
NAU is putting the future of its athletic program on the shoulders of new basketball coach Jack Murphy, the former Lute Olson aide at UA.
Cal reserve guards Emerson Murray and Alex Rossi are transferrring.
ESPN's Joe Lunardi has Arizona getting a No. 5 NCAA tournament seed in his early Bracketology for next season. That's the highest seed of any Pac-12 team, ahead of UCLA (6), Stanford (10) and California (12).
Washington will get some help inside in 2013-14 when new acquisition Perris Blackwell will become eligible after transferring from San Francisco.
Oregon, UNLV and Florida had home visits with Anthony Bennett in Charlotte.