Allonzo Trier has committed to Arizona for the class of 2015.
Trier is ranked No. 19 in the ESPN 100 and is one of the best scorers in the class.
"My relationship with Coach [Sean] Miller and the way they recruited me was the difference," Trier told ESPN.com while on a weekend visit to Tucson. "It's a family program, a players program. I just fell in love with everything."
Trier grew up in Seattle but moved to Oklahoma City in the eighth grade. He attended Montrose Christian (Maryland) last season and is set to transfer to Findlay Prep (Las Vegas) this year.
Trier chose Arizona over Washington, UCLA, Kansas and Louisville.
Dorsey wants to be a point guard, but some believe he is better suited as a shooting guard.
Dorsey committed to Arizona in January and is ranked No. 12 in the incoming class of 2015.
Dinos Trigonis said he expects schools like UConn, Kansas, Duke, UCLA, Washington, Cal, Arizona State, Louisville, Texas, SMU, UNLV, Marquette, St. John's, Florida State, Oregon, Oregon State and Tulsa to get involved now that Dorsey is back on the market
Aaron Gordon will leave Arizona for the 2014 NBA Draft and sources say Nick Johnson is likely to declare as well.
Gordon is considered a lock to become a lottery pick.
In addition, freshman Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and sophomore 7-footer Kaleb Tarczewski have been contemplating whether to return to school. However, sources close to the situation told ESPN.com that both players are leaning toward returning to Tucson.
Aaron Gordon continues to show questionable ability on offense and projects as a tweener between small forward and power forward.
Gordon attempted to establish himself as a small forward beside Brandon Ashley at power forward, but he will now move over to his more natural position with Ashley out for Arizona.
"He's stuck between positions and I think we're going to have to embrace the fact that ideally, he's a four in our league," one scout said. "Now that Brandon Ashley likely is out the season, he'll move to his natural position and I think that will help his stock. Once he gets stronger, I think he'll be fine there. He's so quick, plays the game the right way and plays so hard, he's going to be really good. But you have to understand what he is and what he isn't."
Brandon Ashley will miss the remainder of the season with a foot injury.
Ashley was averaging 11.5 points and 5.8 rebounds per game for previously undefeated Arizona.
"Last night, early in our Cal game, Brandon Ashley suffered a foot injury that will end his season," Arizona coach Sean Miller said in a statement. "While we're all disappointed, we are also aware that Brandon needs our support and positive energy surrounding him. ... This adversity will ultimately make Brandon and our team stronger moving forward."
Miller feared the injury was a broken foot after the game.
"We have to get back to the drawing board and make sure we can move forward if Brandon is not with us," Miller said shortly after the loss.
Arizona will use Rondae Hollis-Jefferson as Ashley's replacement in the starting lineup, but depth will become an issue for Miller's team.