The news comes less than 24 hours after an ESPN.com report cited anonymous sources claiming that Federal Bureau of Investigation wiretaps captured Miller discussing a $100,000 payment to secure Ayton's commitment to Arizona. "I have expressed to both Dr. Robbins and our Athletic Director Dave Heeke that I fully support the University's efforts to fully investigate these allegations".
Regardless of the storyline, the game tonight should not be about Arizona. For now, my thoughts are with our team.
According to the ESPN report, when Dawkins asked Miller if he should work with assistant coach Emanuel "Book" Richardson to finalize an agreement, Miller told Dawkins he should instead deal directly with him when it came to money.
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Arizona was caught up in the first round of the corruption scandal in September. "They are a great group of young men that will support each other and continue their pursuit of winning a Pac-12 championship". Still, the prominence of Ayton, who is widely expected to be a top-five pick in the upcoming draft, and the specific linking of a high-profile head coach to a dollar figure makes this an absolute bombshell in the college basketball world.
Richardson was arrested along with assistant coaches from Southern California, Auburn and Oklahoma State. Originally from Bahamas, Ayton was the consensus top-ranked recruit in the 2017 signing class, ultimately choosing to play at Arizona over Kansas and Kentucky.
"At this time I'm am opening up my recruitment due to the current events with the UofA Bball team", O'Neal tweeted.
Dawkins, 24, provides a roadmap for the quid-pro-quo relationship between the agent world and college coaches. The mom has say but I think she will depend on Rodney. Trier missed 19 games last season after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance.