Signing Day Awards: Best Offensive Player

There are plenty of options for the best offensive player in this class. Read on to see who each staff member of WildcatAuthority.com thinks it is.

Cody James Martin: Orlando Bradford will likely be asked to perform right away with the lack of quality depth at the running back position. Bradford will have to adjust to the speed of the game, but he should be able to do that pretty easily while backing up Nick Wilson.

By mid-season Bradford should be a quality backup and it will only get better from there for the running back. In the end, he should the biggest offensive producer in the class.



Michael Luke: Keenan Walker is an easy choice. A well put together 290 pounder, Walker continues the Chaparral pipeline to Arizona.

His extensive offer list shows what kind of potential this offensive tackle has, but a knee injury figures to delay his impact on the field. Don’t be surprised if Walker is in contention for a starting spot as soon as he gets healthy.



Jason Scheer: Darick Holmes probably is not getting enough attention in this class. Keenan Walker seems like the obvious choice, but I am going to go with a skill player that is likely to get more attention. I think Holmes has the ability to contribute right away and he is an explosive playmaker, which Arizona needs more of.

When Holmes' career at Arizona is over, I think the local school are going to regret not offering Holmes because he is that good of a talent.


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