Denson's commitment remains solid

Cameron Denson is hearing from plenty of schools, but remains firm in his commitment to Arizona. Read on to see why that is, his thoughts on other schools, and more.

Salpointe Catholic 2014 wide receiver Cameron Denson is one of the more highly regarded players to come out of Tucson in years, but he wasn't sure he wanted to become a Wildcat until a few events occurred.

"There are a couple things about Arizona that made me want to commit," Denson said. "Coach Rodriguez is a great coach and you can tell by the way he built things up so quickly that he really knows what he is doing."

Although it certainly did not hurt, Denson says that he did not commit to Arizona just because it was the local school.

"I didn't commit to Arizona just because it's the local school," he said. "It was kind of a perfect storm. I know Coach Rodriguez is a great guy for a receiver to play for and the more I thought about it, the more I felt it would be great to play in front of everyone.

"I wouldn't have gone to Arizona if I didn't believe in the coaches."

Denson believes he is a perfect fit for the Arizona offense.

"The spread offense is something I think I can excel in," Denson said. "It's been proven that it's a philosophy that really works because more and more teams are using it on a daily basis. It keeps the defense off balance and it's harder for them to key on one player."

Denson's early commitment hasn't dissuaded other schools from going after the four-star speedster.

"I hear from new schools from time to time," Denson said. "I don't have any more visits scheduled right now, although that could change, but right now I'm planning on being a Wildcat after next season.

"It's cool that schools think enough of me to continue to recruit me. While I've gotten some good offers, nothing quite stacks up with Arizona."

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