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Safety Isaiah Hayes to transfer from Arizona

The Los Angeles-based prospect is on the move

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The Arizona Wildcats are about two weeks away from the start of spring ball and the roster continues to change.

On Wednesday evening, Los Angeles-based safety Isaiah Hayes announced that would be transferring from Arizona.

According to Hayes’ announcement, he will graduate in May and have two years of eligibility remaining. Being a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to play immediately at his new school.

Hayes played in 16 games in his time at Arizona. He finished his career with the ‘Cats with 58 tackles, 2.5 for a loss, a sack, and a forced fumble.

Hayes is a talented, hard-hitting safety from Southern California powerhouse Calabasas High School. His time in Tucson was plagued by injuries, causing him to miss significant time, including the entire 2017 season.

Hayes was a member of the 2016 recruiting class. According to 247Sports composite rankings, he was the 758th player in the country and the 69th-ranked cornerback.

Offensive linemen Michael Eletise and Nathan Eldridge, defensive lineman Kurtis Brown, running back Anthony Mariscal and defensive back Antonio Parks are some of the other players who will be transferring from Arizona at the end of the semester.