After losing Brandon Williams, here’s what the Arizona Wildcats’ 2021 roster looks like – Arizona Daily Star

Posted: September 5, 2020 at 9:49 am

Christian Koloko, left, reaches out to block Ira Lee during the 2019-20 Red-Blue Game.

Arizona guard Brandon Williams roars after the Wildcats forced a Utah shot-clock violation during the second half, Jan. 5, 2019, at McKale Center.

Arizona announced on Friday that guard Brandon Williams will skip his sophomore season and pursue professional opportunities.

Signs pointed to Williams departing the UA after the Wildcats brought in nine newcomers for the 2020-21 season, which increased Arizona's scholarship players to 14 on roster, but only 13 are available.

Williams also did not report to campus when players returned for the fall semester.

With Williams' move to leave the UA, here's how the current roster and coaching staff is shaped:

James Akinjo

Arizona Wildcat transfer James Akinjo watches his teammates from the bench in the second half during a game against the Utah Utes at McKale Center on January 16, 2020. Arizona won 93-77.

Jemarl Baker Jr.

Arizona guard Jemarl Baker Jr. (10) draws a bead on his man as he sets up to defend against UCLA in the second half of their Pac-12 game at McKale Center, February 8, 2020 Tucson, Ariz.

After losing Brandon Williams, here's what the Arizona Wildcats' 2021 roster looks like - Arizona Daily Star

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