Arizona Wildcats Basketball Recruiting: Kaleb Tarczewski, 2012 5-Star Center, Visiting Arizona This Week

This whole 2012 recruiting thing just keeps getting better and better for Sean Miller and the Arizona Wildcats

Big man Kaleb Tarczewski, who's a legit seven footer, will be visiting Tucson on Monday and Tuesday on an unofficial visit. This will be the third unofficial visit he's taken this month, with the other schools being Kansas and North Carolina. Tarczewski is being recruited by just about every program in the country with a reasonable chance to land the talented center and he is yet to list any favorites or a timetable for a decision.

Next year's recruiting class is absolutely stacked and Arizona is already off to a great start. 5-star big man Grant Jerrett (highlights) has already given a verbal to UA and the Wildcats sit at or near the top of No. 1 overall prospect Shabazz Muhammad's list (highlights; dude has MAD game) and top-big man prospect Brandon Ashley's list. (highlights). Tarczewski is a special player in his own right and a commitment to the University of Arizona would be huge. 

This week will be UA's biggest and best chance to sway Tarczewski in their favor. He has already visited Kansas on multiple occasions and it's never easy to win a recruiting battle among the nation's elite. 

There's a highlight video attached after the page jump. It's worth checking out.


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