Vernon Hargreaves III: Arizona was one of the earlier schools to offer Hargreaves, but it really won't matter. He is one of the best players in the country and will likely wind up at one of the best programs.
Priest Willis: The general thought is that Willis will likely wind up at LSU or Arizona State, but that could change. Arizona will obviously try to get him to change his mind on the Wildcats and have a good angle with Mauriece Lee and Paul Elvira.
It definitely will not be easy, but the more times Arizona can get Willis on campus, the better. It is a long shot, but crazier things have happened in recruiting.
Dashon Hunt: The UCLA decommit is going to have an open mind for the rest of the process, which will allow Arizona to try to get in there. At this point, there is a solid chance that Hunt will visit the Wildcats in some capacity, but this one likely has a long way to go.
We will know a lot more after Hunt schedules his visits, but we definitely would not say that Arizona is in any type of bad shape.
Cole Luke: At this point, the one thing we feel confident about with this recruitment is that there is no way Luke will wind up at Arizona or Arizona State.
L.J. Moore: Arizona is not out of it for Moore, but it has some work to do. Moore is focusing on Georgia, Notre Dame, Cal, and UCLA. Arizona is hanging around, but it will not be easy to compete with those schools. The goal here is to get Moore on campus and that does not seem extremely likely as of right now.
Derek Babiash: There is a chance that Babiash still goes to Washington, but the Husky decommit is looking around at plenty of other schools.
Arizona is one of those schools and stands in good shape for some type of visit, likely an unofficial this summer. Oklahoma, Arizona State, Nebraska, and others are involved, so landing Babiash will not be easy.
Noel Ellis: Ellis has interest in Arizona, but seems like a lock for the SEC. Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Texas A&M are the three schools to beat and while Arizona will put in the effort, this is another recruitment that will not be easy.
Devin Holiday: Arizona is in very good shape for Holiday, who recently took an unofficial visit to Arizona. The belief is that if Holiday gets a UCLA offer, the recruitment will likely end shortly after. However, it appears that UCLA has not prioritized Holiday, which means Arizona is among the favorites.
It will be interesting to see how long Holiday is willing to wait for the local offer or if another offer comes along, but the Wildcats have to be happy with their current position.
Cameron Walker: Arizona just offered Walker and has some ground to make up in terms of how hard it is recruiting him. He wants to have a top five by the end of the summer and an offer from the local schools could change things.
As of this point, a local offer does not seem all that likely and Arizona is going to work hard to get Walker on campus knowing that there are a handful of schools that have done a good job here.
Chris Seisay: Seisay would love an Oregon offer, but it does not seem that one is close. Seisay's top four includes three schools that have not offered, so obviously the UA is in solid shape.
An offer from Oregon, a local school, or Boise State would probably change things, but Arizona will use the fact that it offered the earliest as something in its favor. Seisay is on record as saying he will take an official visit to Arizona, which will be big in this recruitment.
Marcus Edmond: In addition to Arizona, Edmond has an offer from N.C. State and Wake Forest. It could be difficult to get him out of the area, but Arizona is definitely going to try. Not much is known about this recruitment, but Edmond is the type of player that could see an increase in offers in a hurry.
Blake McClain: Arizona is doing well, but West Virginia, South Florida, and Illinois are considered to be the top three schools.
At this point, Arizona is working for a visit because McClain wants to decide by the end of the summer. It will have its location working against it, but the Wildcats are going full effort ahead.
Jamario Williams: Arizona is Williams' biggest offer by far, but he could be on the verge of more. At this point, we have to say Arizona leads because of who else is involved, but it will be interesting to see how long this goes.