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Former Arizona commit T.J. Leaf is down to eight.

(247 Sports)

(247 Sports)

(247 Sports)

T.J. Leaf, the California native who decomitted from Arizona on Thursday, is down to his final eight schools: Kentucky, Kansas, UCLA, Texas, Cal, San Diego State, Gonzaga, and Indiana. The 6’9″ 215 lb 5-star prospect is considered the third best power forward and the 12th best player in the 2016 class by 247. The first time he committed, it came down between Arizona, UCLA, and Florida.

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9 Comments for Former Arizona commit T.J. Leaf is down to eight.



  1. Well
    8:27 pm August 9, 2015 Permalink

    I count 7 schools. Is Arizona still in the mix?



    • Miss J.C. Ausmus
      8:31 pm August 9, 2015 Permalink

      Sorry, my bad. I left out Gonzaga. Fixed.



  2. Probably Not
    8:55 pm August 9, 2015 Permalink

    not coming to UK….will be at UCLA



  3. West Side
    9:24 pm August 9, 2015 Permalink

    He straight outa’ compton



  4. CardFan502
    9:27 pm August 9, 2015 Permalink

    Don’t sleep on Pitino when it comes to recruiting top talent.



    • West Side
      9:31 pm August 9, 2015 Permalink

      ……..then getting them to the D league



    • Capt. Obvious
      12:09 am August 10, 2015 Permalink

      Karen Sypher was NOT top talent.
      Back under the Sherman Minton bridge with ya, troll.



  5. catdaddyd
    11:50 am August 10, 2015 Permalink

    I’d say Gonzaga to replace Wiltjer. How does Indiana get on any of these 5 star lists?



  6. somerset bill
    2:19 pm August 10, 2015 Permalink

    “The first time he committed, it came down between Arizona, UCLA, and Florida.”

    so we can count out those three because of all the things their fans undoubtedly said about his mom and his manhood after he stiffed them.