Ever since he arrived at Arizona, Sean Miller has been taking Wildcats recruiting to new heights. For the class of 2015, he's taking it up another level. Sunday morning Miller and his staff landed their third five-star prospect from the class of 2015.
Miller and Wildcat fans woke up to great news on Sunday when the nation's No. 12 player Allonzo Trier, a shooting guard at Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep decided to end his recruitment during an official visit.
"I am on an official here right now," Trier told Rivals.com. "Coach Miller and Coach Pasternack have recruited me so ridiculously hard and have really made me a priority since they decided to recruit me.
"They did an incredible job of building a bond and making me an my family feel like we were important to them and Arizona."
As good a scorer as there is in the class of 2015, Trier can bomb away from deep, gets to the free throw line and is perhaps underrated as a playmaker for others because of his scoring. He sees lots of opportunity in Tucson.
"They are probably going to lose a lot to the draft after this season," said Trier. "They feel I can come in and be the type of player I already am and make plays. They will move me around so the defense can't focus on me so much. They will utilize me in the best way to use my talent and make the talent the most successful."
By joining up with already committed Ray Smith (No. 10) and Justin Simon (No. 24), Trier gives the Wildcats a powerhouse class and the inside track for 2015's top recruiting class.
"It's great, I'm just really excited to make this decision," said Trier. "This is one of the toughest and most stressful decisions I've ever had to make. You have to do what's best for you and your family.
"Justin Simon has been on me so bad ever since Arizona started recruiting me and he's very excited now. Ray Smith has been talking to me about getting me and both guys were already on and really supporting me now that I've made this decision they are both stoked."
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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