High-SchoolArizona: Corona del Sol

Andrus Peat to Stanford on National Signing Day

February, 1, 2012
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Corona del Sol senior Andrus Peat, the nation's No. 9 recruit and No. 2 OT, announced on ESPNU that he will play at Stanford next season.

Peat is listed at 6-foot-7 and 300 pounds. The Under Armour All-American was considering USC and Florida State as well as Nebraska, where his brother Todd plays.

For the full breakdown of Peat's announcement, click here, and for full Signing Day coverage, click here.

Arizona's Signing Day Updates

January, 20, 2012
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Signing day is drawing closer and a few of Arizona's top athletes are still uncommitted. Here's a quick rundown of their suitors.

*Chaparral senior Davonte' Neal, ranked the nation's No. 8 recruit in the ESPNU 150, is considering Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Miami, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Ohio State.

*Corona del Sol senior Andrus Peat, ranked the nation's No. 9 recruit in the ESPNU 150, is considering Florida State, Nebraska, Stanford and USC.

*Saguaro senior D.J. Foster is considering Arizona State, Arkansas, California, Notre Dame, Oregon and UCLA.

Be sure to check out our football page on signing day for the latest news and updates on recruits from Arizona as well as the rest of the country.

Arizona State hoops looking bright thanks to three local stars

November, 16, 2011
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Arizona State recruits Jacobsen, Robinson and MartinDave Cruz/ESPNHSHamilton's Eric Jacobsen (left), Corona del Sol's Calaen Robinson (center) and Kellis' Kenny Martin (right) are poised to lead Arizona State to new heights.
This story originally appeared in the Holiday issue of ESPNHS magazine’s Arizona edition.

Let’s say you’re trying to build a college basketball team. Where would you start?

It would probably help to have an explosive combo guard, someone who can bring the ball up or get his own shot at will. And you’d need some size, so if you could get a couple of 6-foot-10 big men, that would be a great foundation. And if one of those bigs was a low-post threat while the other was a versatile weapon who could shoot from the perimeter and run the floor like a guard, even better.

If those players were also the three best in your state, and they all went to high school within 30 minutes of your campus, well, that would almost be too good to be true.

Luckily for coach Herb Sendek and Arizona State, this is reality.

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