Signing Day Awards: Early Impact

There are numerous players in this class that could play early. Read on to see who each staff member of WildcatAuthority.com thinks it is.

Cody James Martin: It seems like an easy pick here as Paul Magloire is one of the more polished players in the class and the Wildcats will need for him to step in and fill some of the holes in the defense immediately.

Some of the other commits may pass the safety in time, but Magloire is going to be ready to contribute right away, bringing a hard hitting presence to a secondary that loses Jared Tevis and Tra'Mayne Bondurant.



Michael Luke: Paul Magloire is being brought in for one reason, which is to contribute immediately.

The Arizona Western product certainly has the frame, skills and desire to make an early impact. It all spends on how quickly he picks up the scheme, but odds are in his favor.



Jason Scheer: Magloire is the logical choice, but look out for Orlando Bradford. Arizona badly needs a back behind Nick Wilson and I just don't have much confidence in Jared Baker or Zachary Green. Physically, Bradford is a strong back that runs similar to Wilson and he can catch out of the backfield as well.

Bradford may not get 15 carries a game, but there is a good chance that he sees some touches right away.


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