Recruiting Reset: Tight End

Arizona is looking to add one more tight end. Read on for a look at who holds an offer and where Arizona stands with each.

Arizona currently holds a commitment from Nick Nataro, but would seemingly like to add another tight end. It has offered a handful of others and here is a breakdown of where the Wildcats currently stand with each.

Bryce Dixon: Dixon seems to be favoring the Los Angeles schools right now. Arizona is working to get another visit but, at this point, it will likely be difficult to get him out of California. Dixon wants to decide before the season start, so if Arizona is going to have a chance here, it needs to make up ground.

Trevor Wood: At one point, it looked as if Wood was close to a lock for Arizona. However, his recruitment really took off and now it appears that he wants to take his time. That does not mean that Arizona does not have a chance, but it is going to be more difficult.

Arizona recently had Wood on campus and has numerous positives working for it. The tight end will visit Oregon and Washington next and we could know a lot more about his recruitment once they are done.

Darrell Cloy: Cloy was offered on Wednesday night and it is a surprise that more schools have not offered. He is a well-built tight end that is physical and also has the ability to contribute offensively.

Colorado is likely one of the leaders for Cloy because it is his only other offer, but Arizona is going to have a good chance here. He wants to decide this summer and you can expect the coaching staff will try to get him on campus.

Matt Bushman: BYU is a likely leader for Bushman and is recruiting him for baseball as well. There is a good chance he will visit this summer, which would follow his visit to Arizona this past weekend.

Arizona continues to recruit Bushman and has a solid chance, but BYU is probably the school to beat. Bushman wants to narrow his list to a handful of schools and then proceed from there and seems to be an easy assumption that Arizona will make that cut.

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