We're just a few days away from the decision of Michael Eletise, one of Arizona's last remaining 4-star targets. The 6-4 315lb offensive guard has Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, Ole Miss and Washington in his top five. He is currently ranked No. 9 among all offensive guards in the nation and No. 1 in the state of Hawaii.
He had told me a few weeks ago that he plans to visit Tucson sometime in the fall, but that doesn't seem to fall in line with his timetable to commit anymore. Eletise will announce his college decision on Monday.
Washington seems to have been the leader for quite some time, and it seems as if that's where Eletise will land.
The offensive line is still looking promising, as Bryson Cain and Matthew Gutwald seem to be favoring Arizona and would be great additions to the offensive line. I feel pretty confident that Cain will commit soon, meanwhile Gutwald had said he will take all of his visits, committing at the end of his senior season.
Of course, a 6-4 315lb lineman is always welcome, however it shouldn't be too much of a loss, especially considering the young talent that is currently developing. Layth Friekh, Jordan Poland, Alex Kosinski, Cody Creason and Levi Walton all have at least three years of eligibility.
In addition, Keenan Walker will be joining the team this spring once he recovers from his ACL injury he suffered a while back. Harper Sherman will also be grey shirting, joining the team in the spring.