Arizona already owns the No. 1 recruiting class in America, according to ESPN.com and Rivals.com, two of the heavyweights in the high-school scouting field.
If No. 1-rated Shabazz Muhammad makes his name the fifth addition—he recently listed Arizona among his final three official visits—then this college hoops class can start being discussed among the best ever, certainly in school lore.
Three of the top 10 high school products in the nation—Brandon Ashley (No. 4), Kaleb Tarczewski (No. 6) and Grant Jerrett (No. 9)—along with dynamic combo-guard Gabe York (No. 36) are already inked.
When he arrived out West three years ago, there were people questioning whether Miller, a born and raised East Coaster, would be able make an impact on players on this side of the country.
Those people can now officially be labeled completely wrong.
Ashley, Jerrett and York are all Californians. Tarczewski is indeed from back East, hailing from New Hampshire, showing Arizona's reach across the land. Miller held off Kansas' Bill Self for the rights to the New England-bred seven-footer.
Check out this piece from the Arizona Daily Star's Bruce Pascoe for an in-depth look at how Miller went about compiling this assortment of talent.
And also take a look at Anthony Gimino's top-shelf breakdowns of each of the recruits at TucsonCitizen.com.
Come inside for a quick preview of all of the future Arizona Wildcats, along with one more Tucson would love to have join: