One of Minnesota's top high school basketball players committed to the Arizona Wildcats on Friday.
Zeke Nnaji, a 6-foot-11 forward from Hopkins High School, picked Arizona over four others in his final five: Baylor, UCLA, Kansas and Purdue.
"I'll be playing college basketball and continuing my education at the University of Arizona," Nnaji said during a ceremony at Hopkins High School.
According to 247 Sports, only one of Minnesota's top six recruits in the Class of 2019 has yet to announce their college choice: Michael Hurt, a five-star forward from Rochester.
Four-star guard Tyrell Terry of DeLaSalle is headed to Stanford; Robert Jones of Prior Lake is going to Denver University; Tyler Wahl of Lakeville North committed to Wisconsin; David Roddy of Breck is going to Colorado State.
Kansas is the favorite to receive a commitment from Hurt, who is among the 10 highest-rated recruits in the country.