The Arizona Wildcats like to have their jersey numbers assigned in the early spring. It makes ordering uniforms and other gear a bit easier.
Adding four players and losing two more since April, however, made that impossible for Sean Miller's team.
The UA's late additions - Xavier transfer Mark Lyons; walk-on Jacob Hazzard; and two players who will redshirt next year, Duquesne guard T.J. McConnell and Cochise College's Matt Korcheck - have since picked their jersey numbers.
Hazzard, because of his walk-on status, will wear No. 50; Miller typically likes his players not on scholarship to pick from 50-55.
Some of the UA's seven newcomers have a lot to live up to, numbers-wise.
Others, like No. 1 Gabe York, might already be the best UA players to wear his number.
Here's a look at the new players, and their new numbers, in historical context:
Freshman guard Gabe York
The number: 1
Who's worn it: Three other players
Most recently: Kyryl Natyazhko, from 2009 to 2011, before changing to No. 14 for his final season
Who wore it best: Leon Wood, who averaged 4.4 points and started seven games for the UA in 1979-80
Number by the numbers: 1 - Time the number was issued before 2008. Coach Lute Olson was not fond of players wearing low numbers.
Senior guard Mark Lyons
The number: 2
Who's worn it: Five others
Most recently: Daniel Bejarano, from 2010 to 2011
Who wore it best: Michael Wright (2000-01) and Isaiah Fox (2002-06) ensured No. 2 was well represented for years.
Number by the numbers: 4 - Years, since 1999, that a UA player has not worn the number.
Redshirting junior guard T.J. McConnell
The number: 4
Who's worn it: 12 others
Most recently: Garland Judkins, from 2008 to 2010
Who wore it best: Luke Walton (1998-2003), a two-time captain and No. 31 on the UA scoring list
Number by the numbers: 14.2 and 9.5 - Team-leading points and rebounds average by Ben Davis, another No. 4-wearer, in 1995-96
Freshman forward Brandon Ashley
The number: 21
Who's worn it: 27 others
Most recently: Kyle Fogg, from 2008 to 2012
Who wore it best: Between 1996 and 2006, Bennett Davison, Michael Wright (who also wore No. 2) and Hassan Adams donned the number.
Number by the numbers: 14 of 15 - Wearing No. 21, Brian Williams - the future Bison Dele - made all but one field goal attempt in the UA's 1991 game at UCLA.
Redshirting junior forward Matt Korcheck
The number: 31
Who's worn it: 12 others
Most recently: Jason Terry, from 1995 to 1999
Who wore it best: Terry is the easy answer, but from 1946-48, UA legend Fred W. Enke donned No. 31. Enke might be the greatest all-around athlete in school history, having lettered in baseball, basketball and football and later playing professionally for the Lions, Eagles and Colts.
Number by the numbers: 2 - Players to wear No. 31 in the last 20 years, before Korcheck
Freshman forward Grant Jerrett
The number: 33
Who's worn it: 28 others
Most recently: Jesse Perry, from 2010 to 2012
Who wore it best: Morris K. Udall led the team in scoring in 1947-48 and later gained greatest fame as a U.S. Congressman.
Number, by the numbers: 9 - For a total of nine years, the number was shared by forwards Corey Williams and Eugene Edgerson.
Freshman center Kaleb Tarczewski
The number: 35
Who's worn it: 11 others
Most recently: Rick Anderson, who changed from No. 35 to No. 33 after the 1999-2000 season
Who wore it best: From 1986 to 1990, Jud Buechler scored 1,144 points, now No. 35 in UA history.
Number, by the numbers: 1 - Despite the high number, it has been worn by only one other center, Lynard Harris, from 1972 to 1973.
Freshman guard Jacob Hazzard
The number: 50
Who's worn it: Seven others
Most recently: Alex Jacobson , from 2007 to 2012
Who wore it best: Joseph Blair, who from 1992 to 1996 set what remains the UA all-time record by making 61.3 percent of his field goal attempts
Number, by the numbers: 42 - Jacob's grandfather, UCLA legend Walt Hazzard, had his No. 42 retired by the Bruins.
On StarNet: Follow the Cats through the offseason at azstarnet.com/pascoe