Angelo Chol decided to transfer after seeing his minutes drop during the 2012-13 season and knowing that playing time next season might be furthered reduced.
Grant Jerrett opted to play professionally rather than come back to UA, where he might have lost minutes to Aaron Gordon.
Josiah Turner averaged 6.8 points as a UA freshman before leaving. He played professionally in Canada last season.
Sidiki Johnson was dismissed from the Wildcats in December 2011, then left the Providence Friars in February of this year.
Daniel Bejarano averaged 6.3 points for Colorado State this past season. He played just 30 minutes for UA as a freshman in 2010-11.
With sophomore forward Angelo Chol having decided to transfer, the Arizona Wildcats have three scholarships to offer for next season.
Grant Jerrett's decision to leave for pro basketball opens up another roster spot for the Wildcats for the 2013-14 season. Arizona may try again to go the "rent-a-grad" route, such as when Mark Lyons joined the team last year.
Kaleb Tarczewski, right, was one of the freshman trio in 2012-13 that stole minutes away from Angelo Chol. It's not known yet if Chol will redshirt next season, or possibly even transfer.
Grant Jerrett is only one of the parties that the Grant Jerrett Decision left with an uncertain future.
Even though he didn't regularly crack the Arizona starting lineup last season, freshman forward Grant Jerrett has decided to become the Wildcats' first one-and-done player in five years.
CHICAGO – Maybe he’s a small forward, maybe not.
Late last month, after being swept by USC and UCLA, Arizona freshman Brandon Ashley and his mother, Lashiem Clark, had a long meeting with the UA coaching staff.
Struggles are normal for freshmen, such as Brandon Ashley, right, mainly because they are freshmen. Mark Lyons, left, has five years on Ashley, and Lyons thrived under the postseason stress that is March Madness.
Lots of connections between UA and UTEP. ... FSN hires Corey Williams...
You probably won’t be able to miss Arizona’s four talented freshmen during Sunday’s Red-Blue Game. But the Wildcats quietly will also be unveiling another big key to their future.
In a video released by UA, Sean Miller says his freshmen have the right attitude, that Kevin Parrom and Jordin Mayes are healthy, and that his lineup may change constantly in the upcoming season...
The Arizona Wildcats like to have their jersey numbers assigned in the early spring. It makes ordering uniforms and other gear a bit easier.
And guess which Starbucks-toting, sunshine-loving coach has joined the Twitterverse?
Sean Miller is hoping Solomon Hill can play entirely at small forward...and other comments from Miller from his pre-summer news conference Tuesday.