Arizona Basketball: Mike Bibby and the Program's Top 7 McDonald's All-Americans

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Arizona Basketball: Mike Bibby and the Program's Top 7 McDonald's All-Americans
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Arizona will still see its own in action on the last week of the tourney. But it will be nowhere near New Orleans.

A duo of future Arizona players are on the West roster for the McDonald's All-American Game at Chicago's United Center Wednesday night:

Brandon Ashley, out of Findlay Prep (Nev.) by way of Oakland, Calif., is a 6'8" combo-forward with a deft mid-range game and a nasty streak near the basket. Physically, he seems the closest thing to Derrick Williams since Williams was in Tucson in 2011.

Grant Jerrett is a skilled, polished power forward with a wide-shouldered 6'10" frame and a nice outside stroke. ESPN's scouting report described him as "improving at an alarming rate."

Center Kaleb Tarczewski, the most-lauded player in the class, probably performed well enough to make the cut. But he is a fifth-year senior, and thus ineligible, according to the Arizona Daily Star's Bruce Pascoe.

Ashley and Jerrett are the latest Arizona commits to play in the nation's premier prep all-star game. There were 15 before them.

Come inside to check out the top seven McDonald's All-Americans in Arizona history:

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