Recruiting Reset: Wide Receivers

Arizona is in good standings with numerous wide receivers. Read on to see who it has offered, where it stands with each, and more.

Michiah Quick: Quick is one of the top players in the country and will have his choice of schools. At this point, Arizona looks unlikely as Quick is favoring Cal, USC, Notre Dame, Alabama, and Oklahoma.

Malachi Dupre: Arizona is going after Dupre in hopes of being able to land his friend Mattrell McGraw as well. In fact, there aren't many schools in the country that wouldn't welcome that package. There is a good chance the Wildcats will host both this summer and Calvin Magee has done a good job recruiting them. It will not be easy, especially with LSU considered to be the leader, but we have seen how much things can change once a kid gets on campus.

Jalen Brown: If Brown stay in-state, Arizona is likely the destination. The Wildcats have done a good job recruiting Brown and seem to be right in the thick of things. UCLA is also right there and will likely be there until Brown decides. Brown will cut his list down to about 10-15 schools by the end of the summer and wants to take officials as well. We would be surprised if Arizona got an official because it is an in-state school, but the Wildcats are expected to make the cut.

Mark Andrews: Arizona has gotten Andrews on campus and is doing a good job with him, but it is going to be difficult to land him. He basically has his choice of schools and UCLA, Notre Dame, Oklahoma are all schools that are right in there. As of now, Oklahoma is probably the favorite, but Arizona hopes to stick around.

Aggadoria Bowers: Bowers is keeping his recruitment quiet and it is hard to figure out where Arizona is right now because of it. The early word was that it could be difficult to get Bowers away from the Carolinas and we have not heard anything that would change our mind on that front.

Adonis Jennings: Arizona just offered Jennings this week, so it is difficult to see where exactly the Wildcats stand as of now. However, Jennings wants to take visits and Arizona could be in line for one. Rutgers had done a good job with this recruitment and has been on Jennings for a while now, but the Wildcats are going to give it a good shot.

Michael Garner: Garner is intent on taking his time, but it is difficult to not consider Arizona the leader here. He is friends with Pierre Cormier and Lee Walker, wants to play in the Pac-12, and had Arizona as his first offer. Garner wants to see if his recruitment takes off this summer, but it will be interesting to see where it heads should the coaching staff decide to up the pressure a bit once that is done.

Garrett Johnson: Johnson says that location will not matter, which is obviously a good thing for Arizona. The UA remains a major option for him and last time we spoke to the receiver, he told us he wanted to keep looking into what Arizona does. It would not be a surprise if Johnson eventually took a visit because he wants to take his time before making a decision and Arizona is on even ground with the other schools involved, such as Louisville, South Florida, Northwestern, and others.

Mikah Holder: Holder recently visited Arizona and at this point, we would be hard-pressed not to consider it the leader in this recruitment. Originally, we heard that he and his brother Alijah wanted to go through the process, but that may not be the case anymore. Arizona is in good shape here and it will be interesting to see how they handle the rest of their recruitment moving forward.

Jordan Morgan: Morgan received his Arizona offer this week and it is his first one from the Pac-12. That obviously bodes well for Arizona, but it appears that Morgan wants to hit the camp circuit and proceed from there. Arizona is in fine shape, but Morgan wants to take his time and other schools could certainly get involved.

Donyeh Patterson: Arizona has been the most aggressive school in Patterson's recruitment. He recently visited both USC and UCLA and a local offer would make it extremely difficult for Arizona to land him. However, there is no indication that the local offer will come and all things considered, Arizona has to be happy with the position it is in as of now.

Roderick Proctor: Proctor comes from the same school as Trey Griffey and it is one in which the coaching staff has plenty familiarity with. There is a solid chance that Proctor will decide at the end of the summer, but he wants to visit the Florida schools, Louisville, Arizona, and others before making a decision. Still, Arizona has as good of a shot as any in this recruitment.


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