Grant Jerrett commits to Arizona

After putting together the most impressive class in the Pac-10 during the early signing period, Arizona coach Sean Miller just received a great boost to his 2012 haul by landing junior PF Grant Jerrett, who is No. 12 in the ESPNU Super 60. Jerrett, from LaVerne (Calif.) Lutheran High School, chose the Wildcats over UCLA, Washington, Duke, North Carolina, USC, Texas and Kansas.

Jerrett, 6-foot-8 and 200 poounds, is the West's most promising big man in a loaded 2012 class. He is a hybrid 4-man who can stick the 3-point shot or go inside and utilize his advanced foot work to convert with either hand. He needs to get stronger and more physical while finishing and rebounding in traffic, but overall his upside is immense. From the moment he arrives in Tucson, he should be the starter at either the 4 or the 5.

To go along with Jerrett, the Wildcats also received a commitment from sophomore 6-3 shooting guard 6-3 Eric Cooper Jr. (La Verne, Calif./Lutheran). After a promising start to his young career, Cooper has been battling injuries in the past year and may not play at all during the 2010-11 season.

With Jerrett's commitment as well as this season's impressive group -- led by five-star 6-3 PG Josiah Turner (Sacramento, Calif.) -- Miller is vaulting the Wildcat program back into national prominence sooner rather than later.

Joel Francisco is a recruiting coordinator for ESPN Recruiting.