Just a couple of hours after Arizona Wildcat head coach Sean Miller watched Tyler Dorsey score 17 points from the sideline on Friday night, leading his St. John Bosco squad to a victory over JSerra, the 6-4 junior shooting guard announced his pledge to the program over Twitter. He’s highly regarded as the top shooting guard on the west coast in the class of 2015 and a top-10 national prospect. More from the Tucson Citizen:
It’s been quite a week in Los Angeles so far for Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller.
A night after his top-ranked team defeated UCLA 79-75 at Pauley Pavilion, he secured the commitment of five-star junior guard Tyler Dorsey from St. John Bosco of Bellflower, Calif.
Miller attended Dorsey’s game against JSerra Catholic High School on Friday night, according to the Los Angeles Times. Dorsey tweeted the news of his commitment at midnight Tucson time.
This news is just more of the same for Arizona and Miller, who has been an unstoppable recruiting force, especially in California.
Dorsey, a 6-4, 175-pound combo guard, is rated the fourth-best player in the 2015 class by 247Sports, the No. 5 player by Rivals.com and the seventh-best prospect by Scout.com and ESPN.com. Dorsey has said in interviews that Arizona has been recruiting him since the eighth grade.
Duke, UCLA, UConn, Louisville, Florida, Kentucky and Kansas were among Dorsey’s many suitors.