But suddenly it feels like there may be a rush again. Askew posted on Instagram on Tuesday that he would set a date and make a commitment soon, a day after UA coach Sean Miller and Louisville coach Chris Mack were among those watching him practice at Mater Dei.
This on 2021 guard Devin Askew’s Instagram story seems significant pic.twitter.com/VgS3AQ9kkG— Jeff Greer (@jeffgreer) September 17, 2019
Arizona, Louisville, Villanova, Memphis and Kentucky are pursuing Askew, who stood out with Team Why Not over the summer, and Stockrisers said he met with Mack on Monday and with John Calipari last week.
In a photo Mater Dei posted on Monday, sitting to the right of Mater Dei coach Gary McKnight (light shorts) are UCSB coach Joe Pasternack, Miller and Mack.
Thank you to @LouisvilleMBB Head Coach Chris Mack, @APlayersProgram Head Coach Sean Miller, @VandyMBB Assistant David Grace, @UCSBbasketball Head Coach Joe Pasternak, @BYUbasketball Assistant Chris Burgess & @NevadaHoops Assistant Kory Barnett for coming out today. #WeAreMD pic.twitter.com/qMAQ8zqwVp— Mater Dei Hoops (@MaterDeiHoops) September 17, 2019
Four-star big man Dawson Garcia of Minnesota included Arizona among his seven finalists, along with Minnesota, Kansas, Marquette, North Carolina, Memphis and Indiana.
Former UA recruiting target Josh Christopher hosted Bobby Hurley, who added Christopher's older brother, Caleb, to this season's ASU roster.