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Four-star forward Jahmai Mashack commits to Tennessee over Arizona, four others
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Four-star forward Jahmai Mashack commits to Tennessee over Arizona, four others

Ziaire Williams

Sierra Canyon’s Ziaire Williams tries to get by Jahmai Mashack of Etiwanda during the the CIF Open Division playoffs last month. Williams, Arizona’s top target and one of the 10 best players in the 2020 recruiting class, will pick a college on Sunday.

Four-star class of 2021 wing Jahmai Mashack of Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., committed to Tennessee on Tuesday, choosing the Volunteers over  Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas.

According to 247, Mashack had been rising among the top class of 2021 players, from No. 99 to No. 43 overall. Not surprisingly, he's had high-major offers roll in: Arizona, Oklahoma, Utah and Cal offered him in April, while  Texas and Louisville did in May, while Tennessee did so in June.

Mashack is the younger brother of former UA defensive back Kwesi Mashack, who played football for the Wildcats from 2014-17.

Another UA target, Oregon forward Ben Gregg, is set to announce his commitment on Wednesday, but Gonzaga may be the leader after offering him a scholarship last month. Three Rivals analysts predict he will pick the Bulldogs.

So far, Arizona has one commitment for the class of 2021, guard K.J. Simpson of Northridge, Calif.

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Game over game, season over season, the Arizona Wildcats under Lute Olson were always a contender. Over 24 seasons, Olson won or shared 11 Pac-10 titles and made 22 NCAA Tournament appearances.

That’s a remarkable string of consistent success, and Olson did it by being consistent in all areas: The way he evaluated recruits, the way he drilled them in practices, the way he gave them freedom in games and in the way he adapted.

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