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Updated: July 18, 2019 @ 7:50 am
Check out photos of Nico Mannion, the centerpiece of Arizona's 2019 basketball recruiting class.
Pinnacle’s Nico Mannion (1) slams one home against Chaparral during the 6A Boys State Championship at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019.
Pinnacle seniors Trent Brown (24) and Nico Mannion walk off the court for the last time together during their 83-64 win win over Chaparral during the 6A Boys State Championship at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019.
Five-star recruits to the rescue: Nico Mannion, left, getting an easy slam during the Class 6A boys state championship, will join the Wildcats next season along with Josh Green, right, a five-star guard from Australia who choose the Wildcats over North Carolina.
Chaparral’s Jordan Josephs, left, body-checks Pinnacle’s Nico Mannion in the 6A state title game.
Nico Mannion, toward left side with his red hair under a teammate's pointed fingers, joins his Pinnacle High School teammates in celebrating their 6A title win over Chaparral on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019.
Nico Mannion and his family were honored at Pinnacle High School on Friday.
Nico Mannion averaged 33.8 points in the Rancho Mirage Holiday Invitational.
Nico Mannion signed a national letter of intent and scholarship papers to play for Arizona next season.
Arizona commit Nico Mannion watches play at the Wildcats' Red-Blue Game at McKale Center.
Arizona recruits Nico Mannion, left, and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl take in the action.
Phoenix mega-recruit Nico Mannion announced Friday that he will play for the Wildcats in 2019-20.
Nico Mannion answers questions after an Under Armour Association Finals game on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 in Las Vegas.
Pinnacle’s Nico Mannion kisses the trophy after beating Mountain Pointe in the 6A Boys State Basketball Championship game at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe, on Feb. 28, 2018.
Nico Mannion (3) is considering Arizona, Duke, Kentucky and North Carolina, among others.
Future Arizona guard Nico Mannion, right, had just a 50-50 chance to live after he was born six weeks early in 2001.
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