Terry Armstrong posted his 10 finalists in August.

Four-star forward Terry Armstrong has scheduled an Oct. 5-7 official visit to Arizona, his guardian told 247 Sports.

Armstrong is from Michigan but transferred to Scottsdale Bella Vista for this season, potentially increasing the Wildcats' chances of landing him.

Armstrong included UA on a list of 10 finalists he posted last month, and the Wildcats reportedly made an in-home visit with him on Monday.


Arizona has also put together a powerhouse recruiting weekend the following week, when four-star guards Nico Mannion and Josh Green along with forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl are scheduled to visit for the Red-Blue scrimmage.

Mannion was originally scheduled to visit unofficially for the Red-Blue Game, since he had scheduled an official visit to Villanova earlier that weekend. He was then scheduled to take his official visit during the weekend of Oct. 19.

Mannion's father, Pace, told the Star the family doesn't know yet if Nico now will take his official visit over the Red Blue Game or stick to the following weekend.


The Red Blue Game has sold out for seven straight seasons, often quickly, though upper-level seats remain at this point.


Arizona offered a scholarship to 2021 big man Nate Bittle of Oregon. He's played for the same West Coast Elite program run by Ryan Silver that Mannion and Green have played for.


Kyle Fogg and the Guangzhou Long-Lions are ready to go. Fogg posted a photo to Instagram on Tuesday as the club announced a new sponsor.


Contact sports reporter Bruce Pascoe at 573-4146 or bpascoe@tucson.com. On Twitter @brucepascoe

Sportswriter for the Arizona Daily Star covering Arizona Wildcats basketball