July basketball stock market: Who took off?


USA Today High School Sports

The July basketball evaluation period is over with players making their moves before college coaches.

Mitch Lighfoot's play only ramped up the interest he already has from most of the Pac-12, including Arizona, Arizona State and Stanford.

Mitch Lighfoot’s play only ramped up the interest he already has from most of the Pac-12, including Arizona, Arizona State and Stanford.

Here is a look at Arizona’s top talent:

STILL DOMINANT

Marvin Bagley III, Tempe Corona del Sol, 6-11, 2018

Bagley dominated in two 16U tournaments in which he played – the first week of the evaluation period in South Carolina at the Peach Jam and the final week of the eval period in Las Vegas in the Fab 48. Both times he joined We All Can Go, which is based out of Tennessee. Bagley, a point forward who is rated as the No. 1 overall player in the 2018 class by ESPN, picked up more impressive offers during the month. The only thing missing was a showdown against 7-foot Thon Maker. That would have…

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