Arizona Wildcats Head Coach Sean Miller Calls Stanley Johnson “The Ultimate Winner”
The Arizona Wildcats got some fantastic news recently when top ten ranked small forward Justise Winslow decided to follow his former high school teammate Aaron Gordon to the desert.
“Stanley comes from Mater Dei High School,” head coach Sean Miller said in a statement recently. “Where he’s already won three state championships, and I think that speaks for itself. He’s the ultimate winner. Two prominent players from Mater Dei to play at Arizona before my time here were Reggie Geary and Miles Simon, both of whom went to the Final Four and one of whom won a national championship, so we’re excited to rekindle that relationship with Mater Dei.”
Thanks to the tweet below for the alert, and the Wildcats are in for a special year when Johnson comes to town that will likely include a lot of winning.
Sean Miller called signee Stanley Johnson "the most unique basketball player he's seen" #ArizonaWildcats
— Luke Della (@LukeDella) November 22, 2013
The Wildcats are in the process of a special season from Aaron Gordon, whose highlights are always a cool thing to keep track of. Miller has been doing a hell of a job recruiting at Mater Dei lately, and look for that to continue to be a feeder school for the Wildcats.
Thanks for reading y’all, be sure to check later for more Rant Sports Prep material, and also pro basketball previews in the morning.
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