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How Arizona football recruiting looks entering the summer

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The Arizona Wildcats recently finished their first spring camp under the new staff. However, recruiting never stops.

Jedd Fisch and company are still out on the trail making offers, setting up official visits, and getting players to join the program.

Read on below to find out what Arizona has been up to the last month or so on the recruiting side.

Recent 2021 commitments

TE Carson Cota

  • South Medford High School (Medford, Oregon)
  • 6-foot-5, 230 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 1,744 nationally, No. 91 TE, No. 7 player in Oregon)
  • 2020 stats unknown (MaxPreps not updated)
  • Cota is a fantastic addition by Arizona. He is coming in on a blue shirt and will be put on full ride after two terms, much like fellow 2021 recruit Ammon Allen. He is a real threat as a pass catcher and does things someone his size shouldn’t be able to do once he gets the ball in his hands. He has good speed and route-running ability, just a natural playmaker. He also plays as a DE and is extremely explosive at the position.


CB Jeffrey Robinson

  • Chandler High School (Chandler, Arizona)
  • 5-foot-10, 185 pounds
  • Unranked
  • 2020 Stats: 23 tackles, 1 PBU
  • Robinson, originally from Minnesota before transferring to Chandler, is coming to Tucson as a walk-on. He is a little on the short side, but that doesn’t stop him at all. Robinson is handsy, physical corner who should fit right in with Don Brown’s defense. He does a good job of using his eyes to track the ball or keep tabs on the opposing receiver and reacts accordingly. He also reacts to developing plays quickly, allowing him to get into position to take down the ball carrier. A solid walk-on addition for the ‘Cats.


K/P Jarrett Reeser

  • Canyon High School (Canyon Country, Calif.)
  • 5-foot-10, 170 pounds
  • 5-star kicker (Chris Sailer Kicking)
  • 2019 Stats: (FG) 6-for-7, 45-yd long; (KO) 47 kick-offs, 41 touchbacks; (P) 50 punts, 47.1 avg, 71-yd long
  • Reeser is coming to Arizona as a preferred walk-on, but he is a good pickup. As evidenced by his stats, he has a strong leg and adds much needed depth and competition to the special teams room.


ATH Dorian Singer

  • Pinnacle High School (Phoenix, Arizona)
  • 6-foot-1, 175 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 1,066 nationally, No. 151 WR, No. 18 player in Arizona)
  • 2020 Stats: 37 rec, 664 yds, 9 TD
  • This is a legit walk-on for Fisch and Co. Singer had 16 offers, with some schools such as Texas, Utah, and Iowa State extending full rides. He moved a little slower through his recruitment, and due to his pace, his bigger options filled up their classes. It did seem like he was a lock for Texas, but the new staff didn’t honor his offer, to Arizona’s benefit.


Class of 2022 commitments

QB Noah Fifita

  • Servite High School (Anaheim, Calif.)
  • 5-foot-10, 170 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 688 nationally, No. 16 DT-QB, No. 52 player in California)
  • 2020 Stats: 90-for-133, 1,263 yds, 10 TD, 2 INT; 37 car, 130 yds, 11 TD
  • Fifita is a playmaker, hands down. He may be on the shorter side for a QB, but tell that to him because he doesn’t care. He plays a lot larger than his size and the results speak for themselves. He accounted for 21 touchdowns in six games and won Offensive MVP for the Trinity League, which is one of the most talent-rich leagues in the country. He also earned 2nd-Team All-State honors from MaxPreps. He is electric and has a big arm as well. He easily delivers the ball downfield with great accuracy, something that is tough to teach.


APB Jonah Coleman

  • Lincoln High School (Stockton, Calif.)
  • 5-foot-9, 205 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 452 nationally, No. 3 APB, No. 38 player in California)
  • 2020 stats: 4 games, 628 yds, 13 TD, 3 rec, 95 yds, 1 TD (stats incomplete)


OLB Tristan Monday

  • Saguaro High School (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
  • 6-foot-4, 240 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 838 nationally, No. 53 OLB, No. 10 player in Arizona)
  • 2020 stats: 6 games, 40 tackles, 18 TFL, 4.5 sacks


CB Tacario Davis

  • Millikan High School (Long Beach, Calif.)
  • 6-foot-2, 185 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 997 nationally, No. 95 CB, No. 74 player in California)
  • 2020 stats: 1 game, 4 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PBU (stats incomplete)


OL Grayson Stovall

  • Hamilton High School (Chandler, Ariz.)
  • 6-foot-4, 290 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 1,000 nationally, No. 44 OG, No. 14 player in Arizona (analysis)


DE Jermaine Wiggins Jr.

  • Central Catholic High School (Lawrence, Massachusetts)
  • 6-foot-4, 250 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 1,224 nationally, No. 68 SDE, No. 1 player in Maine - moved back to MA without playing in ME)
  • 2020 stats: Unknown (MaxPreps not updated)


Recent offers

2022 CB Jomarion Briggs (Fresno State commit)

  • Lincoln High School (Stockton, Calif.)
  • 6-foot-2, 165 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 1,144 nationally, No. 105 CB, No. 91 player in California)
  • 5 Offers: Arizoa, Colorado, Fresno State, UCLA, Utah State
  • Briggs is another long, rangy corner who has great size. His footwork is pretty impressive and he has pretty good change-of-direction quickness. He plays with an explosiveness that propels him forward quickly and into the ball carrier. He does show some good tackling ability as well. His speed really pops out at you, able to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time. Of note, he is a teammate of Arizona RB commit Jonah Coleman, so that should be something to keep an eye on.
  • 2020 Stats incomplete


2022 S Jeremiah Cooper

  • Andress High School (El Paso, Texas)
  • 6-foot-1, 170 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 966 nationally, No. 66 S, No. 132 player in Texas)
  • 24 offers: Arizona, Arkansas State, Baylor, Boston College, Colorado, Columbia, Dartmouth, Iowa State, Kansas State, New Mexico, North Texas, Northern Arizona, Pennsylvania, Rice, San Diego State, SMU, Syracuse, Texas Tech, Tulane, UNLV, Utah State, UTEP, UTSA, Yale
  • Cooper is former Arizona Wildcat Tristan Cooper’s younger brother. He hits just as hard as his older brother and is also a good tackler in general. His recruitment has started to blow up in a big way. This will be an interesting recruitment to keep an eye on due to the familial ties.
  • 2020 stats: 5 games, 28 tackles, 2 TFL, 3 INT, 2 PBU, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 forced fumble; 21 rec, 478 yds, 8 TD


2022 CB Jahlil Florence

  • Lincoln High School (San Diego, Calif.)
  • 6-foot-2, 186 pounds
  • 247Sports 3-star (No. 46 CB, No. 43 player in California)
  • 15 offers: Arizona, Boise State, Columbia, Fresno State, Michigan, Morgan State, Nevada, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Syracuse, UNLV, Washington, Washington State
  • Florence has seen his recruitment really pick up over the last 3 or so weeks, and it’s easy to see why. Florence has the type of size at corner that coaches drool over. He is really long and has long arms that cause massive problems for receivers. Florence also has really good speed. This allows him to keep up with receivers or recover quickly if he makes a mistake. There is plenty of competition for Arizona but they are going to try to reel in the San Diego talent.
  • 2020 Stats: 6 tackles, 2 TFL


2022 TE Michael Masunas

  • Hamilton High School (Chandler, Ariz.)
  • 6-foot-5, 250 pounds
  • 247Sports 3-star (No. 73 TE, No. 23 player in Arizona)
  • 11 offers: Arizona, Air Force, Army, Florida State, Maryland, Michigan State, New Mexico, Northern Arizona, Pennsylvania, San Diego State, UNLV
  • Originally from Tucson, Masunas is familiar with the program. Throw in his mom is an alumni and it’s clear Arizona has a strong connection to him. Masunas is a big target and, looking at his highlights, it makes you wonder why the opposing team would leave such a big target open in the middle of the field. He has strong hands and has some pretty good athleticism for a big guy. He also shows some nice physicality while blocking. I wouldn’t say he’s a sure thing, but I do think that this is a recruitment to keep a close eye on as it continues through the summer.
  • 2020 Stats: 7 rec, 57 yds, 1 TD


2023 OLB Tausili Akana

  • Kahuku High School (Kahuku, Hawaii)
  • 6-foot-4, 225 pounds
  • 247Sports 4-star (No. 92 nationally, No. 5 OLB, No. 1 player in Hawaii)
  • 18 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Colorado, Hawaii, LSU, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State, UNLV, USC, Utah, Utah State, Washington, Washington State, Wisconsin
  • Akana transferred from Hawaii to Utah in order to play during the 2020 season.

2023 CB Maliki Crawford

  • Pacifica High School (Garden Grove, Calif.)
  • 6-foot-3, 173 pounds
  • 247Sports 4-star (No. 175 nationally, No. 16 CB, No. 13 player in California)
  • 11 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Florida International, Florida State, Miami (FL), Michigan State, Minnesota, San Diego State, UNLV
  • Crawford has really good size for such a young player. He has tremendous upside and is just now really starting to get his footing on Pacifica’s varsity team. But that hasn’t stopped teams getting involved. He is a dangerous player with the ball in his hands. Defensively he has already shown great tackling technique. Good job on Arizona getting involved early.
  • 2020 stats: 2 games, 7 tackles, 3 rec, 60 yds


2023 CB Jshawn Frausto-Ramos

  • Bishop Alemany High School (Mission Hills, Calif.)
  • 6-foot, 170 pounds
  • 247Sports 4-star (No. 235 nationally, No. 23 CB, No. 20 player in California)
  • 9 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Florida International, Kansas, Michigan, Oregon State, USC, Virginia Tech
  • Frausto-Ramos is a good young player. He has fantastic upside and already has good size for a corner. He has surprisingly good form while tackling and does a good job with the initial contact in the tackle. JFR is extremely aggressive and physical, not afraid to use his hands at the line of scrimmage to disrupt the receiver. He has good speed and longer arms than you would think for someone at 6-foot. This allows him to increase his range and make him more effective in man coverage. He’s garnered a lot of attention thus far and it appears that attention will continue to grow.


2023 ATH Dylan Gooden

  • Our Lady of Good Counsel High School (Olney, Maryland)
  • 6-foot-6, 200 pounds
  • Unranked
  • 8 offers: Arizona, Boston College, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Penn State, Texas A&M, West Virginia
  • Gooden is an intriguing prospect. He plays off the edge on defense for OLOGC and is fairly successful. He has nice size, but is on the skinny side. That shouldn’t be too much of a problem as he has a good frame to add more weight to without losing his athleticism. He has long arms, which allows him to shed blocks. He is no doubt quicker than the o-linemen he faces and that allows him to get around them and into the backfield. Besides weight, he will need to work on his strength as well. The good news is there is still plenty of time for him to develop before hitting the college level. There is already a lot of competition for Gooden’s services but Arizona has time.
  • 2020 stats unknown (MaxPreps not updated)


2023 RB Jayden Limar

  • Lake Stevens High School (Lake Stevens, Wash.)
  • 5-foot-11, 190 pounds
  • 247Sports 4-star (No. 224 nationally, No. 9 RB, No. 6 player in Washington)
  • 4 offers: Arizona, Oregon State, Utah, Washington
  • Limar is a lot of fun to watch. He is a dynamic playmaker, so much so, I’m surprised his recruitment hasn’t blown up. He has great vision to see running lanes open up and then just explodes through them and into the secondary in an instant. He has fantastic speed that allows him to outrun the defense with ease. He is a difficult tackle, easily shedding would-be tacklers and gaining more chunks of yards. Right now, Washington appears to be the favorite but Arizona does have some time here.


2023 CB Caleb Presley

  • Eastside Catholic High School (Sammamish, Wash.)
  • 6-foot, 175 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 4-star (No. 114 nationally, No. 11 CB, No. 2 player in Washington)
  • 15 offers: Arizona, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Florida Atlantic, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, UNLV, USC, Utah, Virginia Tech, Washington, Washington State
  • Presley is an impressive prospect. He has good size and has room to add more muscle to his frame. He has decently long arms and really good vision. Couple that with his speed and quick hips, and you have a disruptive corner. He plays effective man-coverage and is already a Pac-12 caliber player at such a young age. Arizona cornerback coach DeWayne Walker has a certain type of player he likes, and Presley falls right into that category.
  • 2020 stats unknown (MaxPreps not updated)


2023 CB Smith Snowden

  • Skyridge High School (Lehi, Utah)
  • 5-foot-9, 160 pounds
  • 247Sports 3-star (No. 35 CB, No. 3 player in Utah)
  • 10 offers: Arizona, BYU, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, Utah, Utah State, Virginia, Washington State, Weber State
  • Snowden is a little on the small size but that hasn’t stopped schools from offering. Besides, it’s only a matter of time before he hits a growth spurt. Snowden plays physical man-coverage and is very good at it. He has fluid hips, allowing him to easily change direction to keep up with the receiver. It will be tough to get him out of Utah, but Arizona has plenty of time to try.
  • 2020 Stats: 36 tackles, 1 TFL, 6 INT, 10 PBU, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery


2023 ATH Carlos Wilson

  • Inderkum High School (Sacramento, Calif.)
  • 6-foot, 165 pounds
  • 247Sports 4-star (No. 225 nationally, No. 25 ATH, No. 19 player in California)
  • 9 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah
  • Wilson is one impressive player in the slot on offense. He runs pretty solid routes and has a quick twitch about him on his breaks. Once the ball is in his hands, he uses his incredible speed to straight-up outrun everyone on the field. He also has pretty good hands and concentration, showing that he can make difficult catches. He does play defense as well, showing some good aggression and speed. He will need to add more weight to his frame, and the good news is that he has time to do that. I personally like him better as a slot receiver, but he does have some skill on the defensive side as well.
  • 2020 Stats: 32 rec, 634 yds, 6 TD


2023 DB Ryan Yaites

  • Guyer High School (Denton, Texas)
  • 6-foot-1, 175 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 4-star (No. 85 nationally, No. 7 S, No. 14 player in Texas)
  • 11 offers: Arizona, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, SMU, TCU, Texas, USC
  • Yaites is another very aggressive, physical defensive back who plays excellent man coverage. He is a lengthy DB, who has long arms. He uses that wingspan to reach up, or out, and disrupt the receiver or incoming pass. By far his most impressive attribute is his vision. A large portion of his time in coverage, he is staring at the QB. He appears to have such good intuition and instincts that he doesn’t need to look back at the receiver at times. Not only that, the confidence he has in himself and the trust he has in his instincts is amazing to see, especially at such a young age.
  • 2020 Stats: 11 tackles, 1 INT, 3 PBU


2024 ATH Joseph Clark IV

  • Saguaro High School (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
  • 5-foot-11, 195 pounds
  • Unranked
  • 1 offer: Arizona
  • Clark is still a young player and has a ton of growing to do, both physically and with his game. However, when you flip on his highlights you can see the tremendous upside he has. He is very quick and explosive, to the point where he might be the most explosive player on the field. He is aggressive and already has above average tackling technique. He has good size for a player that will be a DB at the next level, but keep in mind that he still has a ton of growing to do.
  • 2020 Stats (Varsity): 1 tackle


2024 DE/OLB Elijah Rushing

  • Salpointe Catholic High School (Tucson)
  • 6-foot-5, 210 pounds
  • Unranked
  • 2 offers: Arizona and Arizona State
  • Rushing is a player that the ‘Cats have been keeping a close eye on for some time. He has size and frame that can add more good weight to it. Arizona State offered Rushing a few hours before Arizona, however, it’s a good idea the ‘Cats get involved early.
  • 2020 stats: 4 games, 13 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 fumble recovery

2024 CB Kennedy Urlacher

  • Casteel High School (Queen Creek, Ariz.)
  • 6-foot-1, 180 pounds
  • Unranked
  • 2 offers: Arizona and Nevada
  • Urlacher is the son of NFL great Brian Urlacher. Arizona has made the decision, the right one in my opinion, of recruiting players with big time NFL genes. Urlacher had a great year as a freshman for Casteel’s varsity team. With the production he had, it’s only a matter of time before he becomes a national recruit. This is another example of good timing by Arizona’s staff with getting involved early.
  • 2020 stats: 43 tackles, 2 INT, 10 PBU

2022 targets who have UA on their among their top choices

CB Dylahn McKinney

  • Colleyville Heritage High School (Colleyville, Texas)
  • 6-foot-2, 170 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 635 nationally, No. 63 CB, No. 94 player in Texas)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Baylor, Colorado, Kansas State, Missouri, Oklahoma State, SMU, UCF, Utah, Vanderbilt
  • 2020 stats: 9 games, 43 tackles, 2 INT, 7 PBU, 1 fumble recovery


ATH Terian Williams II

  • Johns Creek High School (Johns Creek, Ga.)
  • 6-foot, 180 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 800 nationally, No. 67 ATH, No. 73 player in Georgia)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Duke, Harvard, Kansas State, Liberty, Michigan, Mississippi State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Texas Tech, Washington State
  • 2020 stats: 9 games, 55 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 INT, 4 PBU, 1 fumble recovery


WR Darrius Clemons

  • Westview High School (Portland, Ore.)
  • 6-foot-4, 210 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 4-star (No. 151 nationally, No. 20 WR, No. 1 player in Oregon)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Auburn, Michigan, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, Penn State, Stanford, USC
  • 2020 stats: 8 games, 38 rec, 817 yds, 10 TD


WR Shawn Miller

  • IMG Academy (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
  • 6-foot-1, 190 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 476 nationally, No. 64 WR, No. 65 player in Florida)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Indiana, Illinois, Miami (FL), West Virginia
  • 2020 stats: 6 games, 12 rec, 205 yds, 3 TD


S Trevon Howard

  • IMG Academy (Minneapolis, Minn.)
  • 6-foot-2, 200 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 432 nationally, No. 28 S, No. 56 player in Minnesota)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Colorado, Iowa State, Michigan State, South Florida
  • 2020 stats: 4 games, 12 tackles, 1 INT, 2 PBU


DT Alex VanSumeren

  • Garber High School (Essexville, Mich.)
  • 6-foot-3, 300 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 4-star (No. 177 nationally, No. 15 DT, No 4 player in Michigan)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Indiana, Michigan State, Nebraska, Oregon, Penn State, Texas A&M
  • 2020 Stats: 63 tackles, 19 TFL, 8 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery


DT Tre Emory

  • Mount Pleasant High School (Mount Pleasant, Texas)
  • 6-foot-3, 300 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 781 nationally, No. 58 DT, No. 106 player in Texas)
  • Top Schools: Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU
  • 2020 Stats: 48 tackles, 9 TFL, 6 sacks, 2 PBU, 1 fumble recovery


Scheduled official visits

OLB Sterling Lane (June 2)

  • Oaks Christian High School (Westlake Village, California)
  • 6-foot-4, 235 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 4-star (No. 322 nationally, No. 25 OLB, No. 23 player in California)
  • 14 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, LSU, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon, Oregon State, Southern, Tennessee, Utah, Washington State


DT Tre Emory (June 4-6)

  • Mount Pleasant High School (Mount Pleasant, Texas)
  • 6-foot-3, 300 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 781 nationally, No. 58 DT, No. 106 player in Texas)

17 offers: Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Colorado, Houston, Kansas, Louisiana-Lafayette, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Stephen F. Austin, SMU, TCU, Tennessee, UTSA, Virginia Tech, Washington State

CB Kyron Chambers (June 4-6)

  • South Oak Cliff High School (Dallas, Texas)
  • 6-foot-1, 190 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 465 nationally, No. 44 CB, No. 63 player in Texas)
  • 19 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, California, Cincinnati, Colorado, Georgia Tech, Houston, Indiana, Liberty, Louisiana-Lafayette, Oklahoma State, San Diego State, SMU, South Carolina, Syracuse, Texas Tech, Utah State, UTSA, Washington State


RB Quaron Adams (June 4-6)

  • Chandler High School (Chandler, Ariz.)
  • 5-foot-8, 157 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 615 nationally, No. 50 RB, No. 8 player in Arizona)
  • 10 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa State, Kansas, New Mexico, Northern Arizona, Oregon


TE Colston Loveland (June 4-6)

  • Gooding High School (Gooding, Idaho)
  • 6-foot-5, 230 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 557 nationally, No. 29 TE, No. 1 player in Idaho)
  • 13 offers: Arizona, Alabama, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Idaho State, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon State, UCLA, UNLV, Utah, Utah State


TE Austin Terry (June 4-6)

  • Tumwater High School (Tumwater, Wash.)
  • 6-foot-5, 235 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 668 nationally, No. 37 TE, No. 10 player in Washington)
  • 11 offers: Arizona, Air Force, Boise State, California, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, San Diego State, Tennessee, UCLA, UNLV


OL Travis Gray (June 11-13)

  • Cherokee Trail High School (Aurora, Colo.)
  • 6-foot-8, 300 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 1,031 nationally, No. 101 OT, No. 7 player in Colorado)
  • 5 offers: Arizona, Eastern Michigan, Kansas, Maryland, San Diego State


S Trevon Howard (June 11-13)

  • IMG Academy (Minneapolis, Minn.)
  • 6-foot-2, 200 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 432 nationally, No. 28 S, No. 56 player in Minnesota)
  • 12 offers: Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa State, Louisville, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, North Carolina State, Northwestern, Oregon State, South Florida

OLB Robby Snelling (June 16-18)

  • McQueen High School (Reno, Nevada)
  • 6-foot-3, 215 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 4-star (No. 295 nationally, No. 21 OLB, No. 8 player in Nevada)
  • 23 offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Auburn, Boise State, California, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State, Penn State, San Diego State, Stanford, Texas, Tulane, UCLA, UNLV, Utah, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Washington State


CB Dylahn McKinney (June 18-20)

  • Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville, Texas)
  • 6-foot-2, 170 pounds
  • 247Sports Composite 3-star (No. 635 nationally, No. 63 CB, No. 94 player in Texas)
  • 20 offers: Arizona, Arkansas, Baylor, Cincinnati, Colorado, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisville, Missouri, Northern Arizona, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, San Diego State, SMU, Tulsa, UCF, Utah, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Washington State

WR Elic Ayomanor (June 18-20)

  • Deerfield Academy (Deerfield, Mass.)
  • 6-foot-3, 205 pounds
  • Unranked
  • 14 offers: Arizona, Bowling Green, Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Iowa, Kent State, Liberty, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Princeton, Temple, West Virginia, Yale