Receiver excited about offer

Receiver Drew Wolitarsky was offered by Arizona this week. Read on to see what he thinks of it, the other schools he is looking at, and more.

Arizona continues to look in Southern California for talent and it is the most recent school to offer 6-foot-3, 200-pound Canyon Country (Calif.) wide receiver Drew Wolitarsky.

"I was definitely surprised," Wolitarsky said. "I had no idea it was coming, so it was a big surprise. My coach texted me and told me to come to his room because I had another offer and when I got in his room he told me that Arizona wanted to offer me and I asked him if he was serious."

The main reason why Wolitarsky was surprised by his offer is because he says he has not had a lot of contact with the new coaching staff.

"I met Coach Anae last season in person and I have gotten letters from them and I sent them some stuff, but I have not talked to any of the other coaches prior," he said.

Army is the only other school to offer Wolitarsky, but he says that he is hearing from numerous other schools.

"I am hearing from USC, Notre Dame, some Ivy league schools, Washington, Washington State, Cal, and basically almost all the Pac-12 schools and then some smaller schools also," he said.

Among those, Wolitarsky is planning to hit the camp circuit in order to see if he can earn any more offers.

"I am planning on going to Notre Dame and USC's camps and then probably Oregon's and then Stanford, Washington State, and Washington," Wolitarsky said.

When looking for schools, Wolitarsky says that the style of offense may be the most important factor in his decision.

"I am looking to see if they look to pass the ball," he said. "I am a receiver, so I want a school that is going to throw the ball around and has a cool coaching staff that I can get along with and also respect."

In terms of a decision, the receiver that caught 70 passes for 1,643 yards and 19 touchdowns last season says that he is in no rush.

"I only have two offers, so I would say that I would decide probably the middle of my senior year," he said. "I think I will take official visits and then go from there."

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