The early signing period for college football is less than three weeks away, and Arizona’s 2024 recruiting is thinning out ahead of then.
The Wildcats have seen a trio of 2024 commits back off their pledges in the last 24 hours, and two of them have already committed to other programs. Their departures leave the UA with 19 known commitments.
The most notable of the decommits is 3-star California athlete Landon Bell, who was ranked by 247 Sports as the No. 745 player in the country. He’d also been committed to the UA the longest, coming on board in June when he flipped from Washington.
The other two decommitments are 3-star California athlete (and former BYU pledge) Chance Harrison and 3-star California receiver Quimari Shemwell. Shemwell had only been committed to Arizona since Oct. 17 and is now headed to Utah, while Harrison flipped to Colorado State.
Arizona still has two receiver commits in the 2024 class: 3-star Las Vegas product Audric Harris and 3-star Gilbert native Brandon Phelps, as well as a few more listed as athletes. Phelps was the UA’s first ‘24 commit, announcing on the first day of the early signing period last December.
Overall, Arizona’s 2024 class ranks 47th nationally and sixth among schools that will play in the Big 12 Conference next season.