Recruiting Reset: Wide Receivers

Arizona is targeting a handful of wide receivers. Read on to see who they are, where the Wildcats stand, and more.

Shun Brown: Numerous schools actually like Brown at corner, but Arizona likes him on the offensive side of the ball.

"One of the bigger schools recruiting me is Arizona," he said. "I've talked with a couple of the coaches, including Coach Rich. They all say they love my game and they think that there is a chance that I could play early. It is a place that I will take a visit to."

Arizona is probably Brown’s leader right now, but he wants to take his time throughout the process before coming up with a list of schools that he will visit. Tucson is almost a lock to get a visit from Brown, who is an ideal slot receiver in this offense.

Terrell Chatman: Chatman may be a Miami commit, but Arizona does not plan on stopping its recruitment of him. In fact, Chatman is one of Arizona’s top priorities on either side of the ball and the hope is that it can get him on campus and change his mind.

"I know that the U has a lot of history behind it and it's a great academic school,” Chatman said. “I also love the city, its surroundings and it's just been a dream school for me since I was a kid."

His comments indicate that getting Chatman to switch will be difficult, but Arizona is going to keep trying as long as he is open to hearing the pitch from the coaching staff.

Tyron Johnson: Johnson was one of the most impressive offensive players at the recent The Opening and that does not come as any surprise.

“Johnson was the go to guy for the surprising Land Sharks team that rallied all way to the Finals after losing their first four games of the event,” Greg Biggins writes. “He's a smooth, 6-foot-1, 185 pound athlete who understands how to get open, showed sticky hands and the ability to jump over defensive backs.”

Texas Tech is probably the leader for Johnson and LSU has decided to pick it up. Arizona is in good shape for an official visit and that will go a long way in determining whether or not the Wildcats have a legitimate shot at landing the four-star.

Aaron Frazier: Not much has changed since Frazier declared two schools as sticking out above the rest.

"Arizona and Purdue are probably my favorites," said Frazier. "I did some research on both of them. I think I'd be comfortable there."

Frazier does not want to take official visits until after the season with Arizona, Missouri, Ohio, Toledo, and Wake Forest being the main targets. Arizona will remain in good shape and it will be interesting to see if Frazier does indeed to take all of those visits with spots filling up.

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