Arizona has No. 1 class in the country
Here's a team-by-team breakdown of the Pac-12's 2012 recruiting classes after the early signing period.
Grant Jerrett (La Verne, Calif./La Verne Lutheran), 6-8 PF Brandon Ashley (Henderson, Nev./Findlay Prep), 7-0 C Kaleb Tarczewski (Claremont, N.H./St. Marks School) and 6-2 SG Gabe York (Orange, Calif./Orange Lutheran). Jerrett may turn out to be the best prospect out west due to his skill set inside and out, while Ashley is a diamond in the rough considering his length and blossoming skills. Tarczewski is a much-improved 5-man who has been well-schooled by the highly-respected John Carroll (New England Playaz), while York can light up a scoreboard from anywhere on the court. This group of standouts comprises the country's best class due to its lethal combination of length (Tarczewski), skill (Jerrett), athleticism (Ashley) and shooting prowess (York).
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