Found November 25, 2012 on Hoopniks:
Deja Vu – UCLA and Arizona Lead the Way There isn’t a group that was signed by Pac-12 schools that can equal the elite classes that the UCLA Bruins and Arizona Wildcats signed last year, which were among the top-5 signed classes in the country. Still, the Bruins and Wildcats are familiar names with success [...]
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