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Kaleb Tarczewski Player Profile

September 2nd, 2014 News 5 Comments


Junior big man Kaleb Tarczewski figures to be one of the best centers in the country this year.

Watch this great player profile and hear from Tarczewski himself as he talks about maturity, leadership, and the future of the Arizona Wildcats.

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  1. titan4wildcats

    September 2, 2014

    Kaleb is not only turning into a great player but also an intelligent young man. He has his head on straight and as long as he can keep things in perspective like he’s doing…he’ll do very well in his life. I’d be shocked if he wasn’t drafted in the top ten in the top ten. Of course I’d be even more shocked if he decided to stay for his senior year. It would be fantastic if he did, but I wouldn’t expect it to happen.

    Bear Down Zeus!

  2. john t.

    September 3, 2014

    I don’t think Kaleb returning for his senior year is out of the question. He IS intelligent, and if I’m correct, enrolled in the Eller College of Management. There are other centers who have benefited from playing a fourth year and Tyler Hansborough comes to mind. If Kaleb’s improvement trajectory continues upward — a fourth year would accomplish two major goals; he would graduate with his class with an MBA and become yet another U of A lottery pick. I’m optimistic — I think he returns for his senior year — unless we win it all this season and he has a huge tournament and seals lottery status.

  3. Papadeuce

    September 3, 2014

    I’m really expecting big things from Zeus this year, as most people are. He’s continued to get better each season so far and there’s no reason to think that won’t continue. I think when it’s all said and done, we’ll look back and be extremely thankful we were able to have a kid like Kaleb man the paint for us while he was here.

  4. Jeff

    September 3, 2014

    Tarczewski gave Arizona a great two years. I expect an even better junior year from him, capped by a national championship, and followed by an NBA lottery selection.

  5. MillerMadeUhisBiatch

    September 3, 2014

    Nothing better then a Poll. Who will be successor to Mike at duke…. health

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