Sports Illustrated Covers

Arizona Wildcats who have graced Sports Illustrated cover

The following slideshow includes all 18 covers showcasing Arizona Wildcats athletes. Luke Walton has the most appearances with three (one was for the now defunct Sports Illustrated on Campus edition).

In reverse chronological order:

June 22, 2015 — Andre Iguodala: “Golden Ticket — How the NBA Finals turned on the matchup between Andre Iguodala and LeBron James”

March 11, 2015 — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Stanley Johnson and Brandon Ashley: “Arizona Wildcats — Their key: Roar on the boards”

Jan. 12, 2015 — Rob Gronkowski: “Gronked — The Pats’ party boy throttles back (sort of):

Nov. 5, 2014 — Brandon Ashley: “SI’s Final Four — Kentucky, Arizona, Wisconsin and Duke”

March 20, 2014 — Nick Johnson: “The Madness Begins — Nick Johnson and top-cat Arizona are Final Four bound”

Dec. 10, 2013 — Nick Foles: “And then Nick Foles happened”

Sept. 3, 2012 — Gronkowski: “NFL 2012 — The Full Gronkowski”

Nov. 21, 2005 — Ivan Radenovic, Chris Rodgers, Mohamed Tangara, Hassan Adams, Isaiah Fox, Mustafa Shakur, Kirk Walters and Marcus Williams: “Can anyone stop Duke? Here comes Arizona”

July 11, 2005 — Jennie Finch: “SI throws a party — Jennie Finch will be there”

Jan. 24, 2005 — Tedy Bruschi: “Defense rules the playoffs”

Feb. 5, 2004 — Luke Walton: “Last year’s stud, this year’s scrub. Life in the real world as told by Luke Walton”

Nov. 25, 2002 — Walton and Jason Gardner: “Arizona No. 1 College Hoops”

May 13, 2002 — Trevor Hoffman: “The Secret of San Diego — Why Trevor Hoffman of the Padres is the best closer (ever)”

March 18, 2002 — Walton: “Are you ready? Everybody into the pool”

April 1, 2001 — Loren Woods: “The four keys to the Final Four”

April 7, 1997 — Miles Simon: “Cool Cat — Miles Simon leads Arizona to the NCAA title”

Aug. 29, 1994 — Bruschi, Sean Harris, Jim Hoffman, Tony Bouie and Brandon Sanders: “Rock Solid — Arizona is No. 1”

Oct. 11, 1993 — Chuck Cecil: “Is Chuck Cecil too vicious for the NFL?”

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