Texas athlete likes Arizona

Denton (TX) Guyer athlete Dominic Ramacher currently holds an offer from Arizona and the Wildcats are right in the thick of things.

Arizona's pursuit for 2012 recruits is in full gear and the Wildcats are looking in familiar regions for their future players. UA has targeted many prospects all over the gridiron and one player surfacing as a player of interest is Denton (TX) Guyer athlete Dominic Ramacher.

Ramacher has offers from several schools, including Arizona, and the 6-foot-3, 230-pound prospect has been in touch with the Wildcats for several weeks now.

"About a month ago was when they first offered me," Ramacher said. "Coach (David) Nichol and I talked for a little bit and they offered me."

The athlete from Texas has been in contact with the UA receivers coach on a consistent basis and the two have been able to establish a solid relationship.

"He's a really great guy and he's a really good coach." Ramacher said. "I really like how he approaches the game and we get along really great and I am sure we would in the future."

Ramacher hold several offers from schools all over the map and the interest in him will undoubtedly increase over the next several months. Currently, the Wildcats appear to be in really good shape with the Guyer athlete.

"I like Arizona a lot." Ramacher said. "I haven't visited there, but just everything I heard about Arizona; about the atmosphere and the way they treat players and the way it's kind of a family over there, it puts them pretty high up."

There isn't anything currently scheduled, but Ramacher would like to make a visit to the UA campus at some point in the future.

"I am trying to plan something," Ramacher said. "There are a lot of visits I am trying to plan, but I definitely want to try and get out there."

While the demand for Ramacher is already increasing rapidly, he isn't ready to put list any schools as favorites at this point.

"I am pretty sure I will have a pretty good idea when I visit places," Ramacher said. "But right now it's pretty much up in the air."

Often high school athletes want a lot out of the college they ultimately choose to go to, but Ramacher's desire is simply to make an impact and be successful.

"I want to play football and I want to win," Ramacher said.

The product of Denton, Texas plans on taking his time through this whole process. Barring a program that amazes him, he expects to wait quite some time before making a decision.

"Unless a school comes along and completely blows my mind and I fall in love with it, I will probably wait until a couple games into my senior football season." Ramacher said.

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