Nico Falah: Arizona was one of the first schools to offer Falah and since then, his recruitment has taken off in a big way. Arizona has Beau Boyster working in its favor, but it is still going to be difficult to land Falah.
The local schools are making a major push for the four-star lineman and considering is invited to pretty much any practice he wants, Arizona is somewhat working from behind. The goal is to get Falah on campus for a visit and that seems likely because he wants to take his time and Arizona has done a good enough job in the recruitment for that happen.
Ethan Pocic: Pocic has a top 12 that includes Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Ohio State, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, USC and Oklahoma.
Arizona is going to continue to work hard at it, but Pocic's national recruitment makes it unlikely that he will be a realistic option.
Kenny Lacy: Lacy is another example of a player that has been around Arizona State for a while, thus making it difficult for the current coaching staff to make inroads with the recruit.
If Lacy is going to stay in-state, Arizona is going to have some work to do in order to make sure he does not become a Sun Devil. However, it is more likely that Lacy leaves the state and there are plenty of schools in the running. The Wildcats will likely work to get Lacy on campus and there is some time before he makes a decision, so it will be interesting to see if Arizona can make an impression.
Sean Dowling: Arizona recently offered Dowling and while he is happy with the offer, it really may not matter. There is a very good chance Dowling will be going to UCLA and it could come sooner than later.
Jaryd Jones-Smith: Arizona is going well with the big lineman from Philadelphia. His recruitment has picked up a bit as of late, but Arizona really has not had a ton of contact with him.
He may be the name on this list that the coaching staff is doing the best with, but does not seem like he will be making a decision any time soon. Temple is the only other offer for Jones-Smith and while he is waiting for other offers, Arizona is working to make sure he eventually visits campus.
Mason Friedline: Friedline may be tough to get out of the Northwest, but Arizona is doing relatively well.
Friedline wants to cut down his list this summer and go on a few visits, so the coaching staff is going to work on making sure it is on that list. It will not be easy, but Arizona is in the thick of things despite not having a lot of connections in Washington.
Donald Rocker: Rocker holds two offers that we know of, as he is difficult to reach. Considering his offer list and Arizona's connection with Florida, you have to think the Wildcats are in good shape.
Trenton Brown: Brown has been offered by Georgia and Florida, while Arizona offered him in early March.
He is being recruited by Tony Gibson and location does not seem to be a big factor, although it could be difficult to get him out west. Brown will be taking official visits and the hope is that Arizona can land one of them and proceed to make an impression.