Jordan Brand Classic 2012: Brandon Ashley, Grant Jerrett, Kaleb Tarczewski All Set To Play

There are always numerous events each spring celebrating the best and brightest high school basketball athletes in the nation. The Arizona Wildcats have assembled one of the best recruiting classes for 2012, setting up head coach Sean Miller and the UA for a deep tournament run for years to come.

On Saturday night, the Jordan Brand Classic will be played. Three players set to make their way to Tucson in the coming months will be playing. We have all the details after the jump.

As for the future Wildcats set to play, Brandon Ashley, Grant Jerrett and Kaleb Tarczewski all figure to play plenty of minutes. It isn't always easy for post players to get acclimated with their unfamiliar teammates, but all three are talented enough to take over in the paint.

ESPN will air the game live at 7 p.m. ET, which is 4 p.m. in Tucson. ESPNU will show the game a little later in the evening on tape-delay. For those that cannot be in front of a television tonight, ESPN3 will have a live stream of the game as well.

The Jordan Brand Classic will likely be the final time Wildcat fans will get to see their current recruits in action, so be sure to check in and get a taste of what is to come next season.

For more on Arizona hoops, check out AZ Desert Swarm.

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