The Arizona Wildcats have had a fair amount of success on the recruiting trail this year, particularly for a team riding a 12-game losing streak and with an all-new coaching staff.
On Saturday, though, it finally experienced some failure.
TJ Hall, a 3-star athlete from Fresno, has decommitted from the UA according to 247Sports’ Greg Biggins. He was ranked by 247Sports as the No. 858 player in the 2022 recruiting class, the No. 67 athlete in the country and the 62nd-best prospect from California.
Hall later announced his commitment to Washington.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound Hall committed to the UA on July 13 but since then received a scholarship offer from Washington, running his total to nine. Hall had been offered by the Wildcats in February but had yet to take an official visit to Tucson.
Hall’s decommitment still leaves Arizona with 12 pledges for 2022, six of which are higher-rated than Hall. He’s not the first recruit from the ‘22 class to back out a commitment to Arizona, though, as in-state prospects Treyson Bourguet and Kyion Graves did so in December shortly after Kevin Sumlin was fired.