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2015 Ray Smith Update 9/3

September 3rd, 2014 News 5 Comments

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Point Guard U catches up with 2015 Arizona commit Ray Smith in Las Vegas, NV. The versatile wing talks about his future and the recovery process from a torn ACL earlier this summer.

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  1. mvpreed2

    September 3, 2014

    You can tell by his demeanor that he is going to come in and try to snatch every second he can on the floor and make Arizona the best team possible during his tenure here.
    You have to love the high-character,easy-going type of recruits that Miller is bringing in.
    They all have their own personalities but in the end they all come in and grind and get better.

  2. titan4wildcats

    September 3, 2014

    I REALLY hope that you are very proud of yourself Pras! Did you watch this interview after you did it? If you did then you saw how comfortable Ray was talking with you. That’s a sign of an interviewer that knows how to do the best job interviewing someone. Kudos to you my man.

    The other thing that’s obvious in this interview is that Coach Miller doesn’t just recruit the “best players”, but recruits the best players who are also intelligent, sincere young men, who are willing to work as hard as they can to be the best that they can….and want to do their part to make the team the best it can be.

    Coach, players, and recruiters…all champions in their cause.

    Thanks PGU for providing these fantastic looks into the hearts and minds of the players that will represent the UofA.

  3. Jeff

    September 4, 2014

    Great interview. I can’t wait to see this guy’s game in action at McKale.

  4. Papadeuce

    September 4, 2014

    Well, he’s obviously a good kid and knows what he wants in his future and he’s working hard to get there. Hopefully he comes in and does what he talks about because he’ll help take us to new heights.

  5. Brian

    September 10, 2014

    I really like that Arizona, for the most part, tends to recruit smart players that buy into a team concept. That goes all the way back to guys like Sean Elliott & Steve Kerr. Nice to see Sean Miller continuing that tradition.

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