Height: 6-8 (203cm) Weight: 235 (107kg)
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Current NBA Status: Draft Eligible in 2016
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Draft Entry: 2016 NBA Draft
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Brandon Ashley News
Brandon Ashley was averaging 11.5 points and 5.8 rebounds per game for previously undefeated Arizona.
Brandon Ashley has gained 15 pounds since his freshman season at Arizona.
Brandon Ashley has continued to impress in Arizona practices following his 20 points and 10 rebounds on Nov. 19 against Long Beach State.
Nov 16, 2011
| Tucson Citizen
Brandon Ashley could play both small forward and power forward for Arizona.
With Brandon Ashley, Kaleb Tarczewski, Grant Jerrett and Gabe York, Arizona currently has the best recruiting class for 2012.
Brandon Ashley is considered the top recruit Sean Miller has landed while at Arizona.
Brandon Ashley, one of the top recruits of the 2012 Class, visited Arizona unofficially on Sunday.
Brandon Ashley will attend Findlay Prep for his senior season of high school.
Findlay Prep will feature four Top 100 seniors, including No. 7 Brandon Ashley, No. 21 Anthony Bennett and No. 34 Winston Shepard.
The final 12 players selected to participate in the sixth annual Boost Mobile Elite 24, to take place Aug. 26-27 in Venice, Calif., have been announced.
Aug 06, 2011
Aaron Gordon led USA West with 18 points, while six others finished in double-figures.
Jul 30, 2011
| New York Times
Brandon Ashley heads what many scouts and observers say is the strongest Bay Area recruiting crop in years, but he and others are spurning Johnny Dawkins of Stanford and Mike Montgomery of Cal.