Arizona Basketball Recruiting: Five-Star Wing Rondae Jefferson Visiting UA

Sean Miller has earned a reputation on the recruiting trail as being one of the hardest working and most determined coaches out there when it comes to luring the nation's top talent to his program. One of Miller's top targets for the 2013 class, five-star wing Rondae Jefferson, is visiting Tucson this week and is reportedly leaning towards the Wildcats.

Here is the latest from Jefferson's Twitter page on Tuesday afternoon. He is out of Chester HS in Pennsylvania and is ranked as the No. 10 overall prospect in the country by Scout.

The addition of the 6'6 wing to the class would be absolutely huge for coach Miller and Arizona. The only two wings on the roster are seniors Solomon Hill and Kevin Parrom, who will both be gone after next season. Jefferson would immediately fill the void for the Wildcats and would be yet another piece to a program gaining momentum by the day.

Elliott Pitts, a four-star guard out of the Bay Area, gave his pledge to Arizona last week and is the first player to commit for the 2013 class. UA is expected to sign three or four players by the time the season wraps up.

For more on the Wildcats, head over to AZ Desert Swarm.

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