Ferguson is the second top-tier player

5-star recruit Terrance Ferguson spurns Arizona to play overseas -Terrance
Ferguson, a five-star shooting guard whocommitted to Arizona in April, will
pursue professional basketball opportunities instead of enrolling in college,the
school announced.Ferguson is also expected to sign a deal with Under Armour in a
move that would net the 18-year-old an immediate endorsement deal.


His change of heart could raise the issue of NBA LIVE MOBILE COINS possible eligibility concerns
stemming from Ferguson's original high school, Prime Prep Academy, which shut
down in January of last yearunder pressure of debts and lawsuits. Ferguson
graduated from Advance Preparatory International, an offshoot of Prime Prep
where he played alongside five-star 2017 prospects Trevon Duval and Billy


Prime Prep was the same high school that produced Denver Nuggets point guard
Emmanuel Mudiay, who decided to play in China rather than honoring in his
commitment to SMU in 2014.Without Ferguson, Arizona will still have one of the
best recruiting classes in the nation, but his loss will be felt. The noted
deep-ball threat is widely considered the best shooter in the highly talented
class of 2016. The McDonald's All-Americanset a record with seven made
three-pointers at the Nike Hoops Summit in April.


Ferguson is the second top-tier player Arizona has lost to Buynba2k.com an early
professional career in the last 10 years. Former commit Brandon Jennings went to
Italy in 2008 en route to being selected No. 10 in the 2009 draft.Ferguson would
be eligible for the 2017 NBA draft per the NBA's current rules as a 19-year-old,
one year removed high school. Our Ricky O'Donnell has him slotted atNo. 23 in
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