The seven rounds came and went — 254 picks, and 11 quarterbacks were chosen.
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Former Arizona Wildcats point guard Josiah Turner was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $1,529 today in Pima County Justice Court after reaching a plea agreement pertaining to his extreme DUI case from last year, according to the Arizona Daily Star.
With Aaron Gordon in the fold, there is a logjam of talent in the front court for Arizona.
Some pre-game notes from Salt Lake City before today’s 3:10 p.m. game against Harvard at EnergySolutions Arena:
SALT LAKE CITY — It almost happened, finally.
LAS VEGAS — Arizona State (21-12, 9-9 Pac-12) probably needed to win out if it wanted to make the NCAA tournament.
Former Arizona quarterback Matt Scott had an impressive day at the NFL Scouting Combine on Sunday, here’s what ESPN NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay wrote on ESPN.com about the former Wildcat:
The Wildcats added another quarterback to its stable for next year, as former USC quarterback Jesse Scroggins verbally committed, according to Scout.com.
Arizona quarterback Matt Scott suffered a concussion in Saturday’s 66-10 loss to UCLA, per athletic director Greg Byrne.
Against Oregon State last week, the Wildcats lost both center Kyle Quinn and safety Jared Tevis to ankle injuries.
Arizona’s season doesn’t officially start until Nov. 11 against Charleston Southern, but Media Day is Oct. 10 and the annual Red-Blue scrimmage comes on Oct. 21 and the first pre-season game is on Oct. 31. So, what better time than now to project the Wildcats’ starting lineup a little less than a moth before the season begins?