The Arizona Wildcats are loading up on big bodies, something no college football team can ever have too many of.
The latest sizable specimen to pledge to Arizona in the Class of 2019 is offensive tackle Josh Donovan, a junior college prospect from Texas’ Trinity Valley Community College.
The 6-foot-5, 330-pound Donovan is rated by 247Sports as the No. 84 JUCO prospect in the country. He picked Arizona over offers from Arkansas and UNLV, doing so a day after taking his official visit to Tucson to attend the Territorial Cup.
He is the second recruit who visited Saturday to commit the next day, following JUCO defensive tackle Trevon Mason. Overall the Wildcats have picked up three commitments over the weekend, the first being 3-star Belgian defensive end Sylvain Yondjouen on Saturday.
Arizona’s 2019 class, now up to 17 commitments, includes four offensive linemen and three defensive linemen.