Arizona is in the process of scheduling official visits with numerous prospects and it looks as if one in particular is close to being finalized.
Honolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha School defensive end Lake Koa-Ka'ai has already visited Oregon and has a visit planned to Nebraska as well.
Arizona has been recruiting the defense end hard and it looks to be paying off, as the Wildcats are in good shape to receive a visit.
Koa-Ka'ai has plans to narrow his list down soon and sources say that the UA has a very good chance to be among his final schools.
Figuring that happens, the Wildcats will certainly get an official visit and Koa-Ka'ai will proceed from there.
Although he is visiting Nebraska, sources close to the recruitment say that Koa-Ka'ai is likely to stay in the Pac-10, although a favorite is
not clear at this time.
DE planning visit
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