Recruiting Reset: Quarterbacks

Arizona has offered numerous quarterbacks and its standing with each varies. Read on for a closer look at each targets and how the Wildcats are doing with them.

Arizona has already offered numerous quarterbacks this class and it appears that the Wildcats could take two. Here is a closer look at the offers and where Arizona stands with each.

Kyle Allen Allen is considered to be the best quarterback in the country and has the offer list to back it up. At this point, Arizona is not really in the picture for Allen, as it appears that he is looking at other schools more. There are a handful of schools in the mix and at this point, UCLA looks as if it could be the school to beat. Arizona will continue to recruit Allen, but it seems to be a long shot at this point.

Keller Chryst: Chryst is also among the best signal callers in the country and Stanford seems to be the favorite here. His father, Geep, is the quarterbacks coach for the San Francisco 49ers and there is a lot to overcome for other schools. Chryst is a better player than his offer list may indicate, but numerous schools have hesitated to offer him because the belief is that he will not leave California.

Manny Wilkins: Wilkins is one of the top quarterbacks on the board and it makes perfect sense. He is a great athlete with upside and it is a matter of time until he sees more offers. At this point, UCLA and ASU are slow playing him because both schools want Kyle Allen and won't do anything to jeopardize that. Arizona, on the other hand, would take Wilkins right now and be ecstatic. It will be interesting to see how long Wilkins is willing to wait and where his recruitment heads once he hits the camp circuit.

Zack Darlington: Arizona is in the picture for Darlington, but he is at the point in his recruitment where a lot of other schools are as well. Darlington recently visited West Virginia and will be visiting Nebraska as well. There is a chance he gets an Ohio State offer, but the Buckeyes want to see him in person and he has plans to visit there in the near future. Darlington is unlikely to take an unofficial visit to Arizona, so the hope is that he will choose to wait it out and Arizona can get him on an official. If not, the chances of landing him obviously decrease dramatically.

Marcus McMaryion: Arizona is currently his only offer and the plan is for him to camp there on June 2. It will be interesting to see if Arizona pushes for a commitment, as McMaryion is a strong fit for what Arizona does on offense. McMaryion is going to camp at Stanford as well, but a quarterback offer seems unlikely there. With him graduating early, a summer decision makes sense and considering Arizona is his only offer at the moment, the Wildcats have to like their chances as of now.

D.J. Gillins: Gillins was originally a Texas Tech commit, but a coaching change there led him to open up his recruitment. The quarterback is still recovering from a torn ACL, but Arizona recently offered and schools such as Ole Miss, Georgia Tech, Boston College, and others are in the mix. It would not be a surprise to see Gillins get more offers and he seemingly knows that, as he is saying that he wants to wait until after the spring to see where his recruitment is headed.

Cade Apsay: Apsay recently visited Arizona and the word is that the Wildcats made a tremendous impression. Apsay has been consistent in saying that he wants to take his time with the process and visit some other schools and attend camps, but Arizona has definitely helped itself. Apsay wants to visit Washington, Oregon State, and others before taking the next step in his recruitment, but Arizona has to be comfortable with its position right now.

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