The Arizona Wildcats suffered a monumental loss on the field Saturday, blowing a 19-point lead to rival Arizona State in the Territorial Cup.
But thankfully that collapse didn’t negatively impact the opinion of junior college defensive tackle Trevon Mason, who was at Arizona Stadium for an official visit. And one day later, Mason decided Arizona was the school for him.
I’m happy to announce that I have committed to the University of Arizona!!!! @ArizonaFBall @AZATHLETICS #EraZona #BearDown ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/ozwaBar7At— Trevon Mason (@Trevon22Mason) November 25, 2018
The 6-foot-7, 300-pound Mason picked Arizona over Nebraska. Originally from Arlington, Texas, he currently plays for Navarro (Tex.) College where he’s registered 23 tackles (five for loss) and two sacks this season. Navarro completes its season Dec. 1 at the Salt City Bowl in Kansas.
Check out my 2018-2019 Season Highlight! @NavarroSports @NavarroCollege @NCDAWGPOUND #TrevonMason #clicklink for entire video https://t.co/QmpdP7NPFw pic.twitter.com/W1KIBvb2ja— Trevon Mason (@Trevon22Mason) November 7, 2018
Mason is the 16th commitment for Arizona in the 2019 recruiting class and the second in as many days. On Saturday the Wildcats landed a pledge from 3-star Belgian defensive end Sylvain Yondjouen.