"There wasn't any one thing that sold me on Arizona being the best place for me, really just a combination of things," Magloire said. "Coach Rodriguez is really as good as it gets and what he's doing there is great.
"He really went out of his way to make sure that we all had a good time. He said he loved how I played and that they want me to come in and be ready to compete."
Magliore is a big safety and probably has the ability to move around, but it is definitely a nice start at the position.
Antonio Parks: Arizona has been doing well with Parks and it is like a battle between Clemson and the Wildcats with Arizona State right there as well.
"I'm planning to go to Clemson on June 5 and most definitely will go to Arizona State and also Arizona," Parks tells Scout.com. "Coach Calvin Magee from Arizona is a great guy. He wants to get players from Louisiana on his team - like Jonathan McKnight."
Arizona may go for a commitment if it does get Parks on campus this summer, but he wants to take his time before making a decision. Still, there aren't many safety prospects Arizona is doing better with right now.
Terrence Johnson: Arizona continues to be the main football option for Johnson, but he still has to decide if he wants to stick to the gridiron or try his hand at getting a basketball scholarship.
"I'm far from decided on it, but if I had to choose right now it would probably be football," he said. "Once the summer is over I'm going to try and see where things stand, because I would like to decide during my senior season if possible."
Johnson likes Arizona, but he also wants some options. You can expect him to camp at a few places and look at some different schools, but it would be a surprise if he does not eventually wind up a Wildcat.