Closer look: How UA commits have performed

We take a look at how Arizona's commits have performed this season.

Jacob Burton: Granite Hills saw its season come to an end, but Burton had a very impressive year. He finished with 61 tackles, 20 for loss, five sacks, two fumbles caused, and two recoveries. 

London Iakopo: There’s still one more game left for Iakopo, but he has 34 tackles this season. In addition, Iakopo has two sacks, two interceptions, and three blocked field goals.

Devaughn Cooper: There aren’t many receivers in the country that had a better season than Cooper. He caught 53 passes for 1,022 yards and 16 touchdowns. Cooper’s season is not over, as he will face Dorsey in this week’s playoffs. 

Sean Riley: Cooper’s teammate, Riley has 107 carries for 1,136 yards and 13 touchdowns. He has also caught 20 passes for 299 yards and two scores.

J.J. Taylor: The three-star commit has a big game against Mater Dei on Friday, but he has put together an absurd season. Taylor has rushed 153 times for 1,500 yards and 35 touchdowns. He has also caught 11 passes for 152 yards and two scores.

Gavin Robertson: It was a somewhat disappointing season for Robertson, but only because he missed half of it with an injury. He finished with 33 tackles, six coming for a loss, in just five games of action. 

Isaiah Hayes: The three-star corner has 85 tackles this season, including nine for loss. He also has 16 pass deflections, four interceptions, and one sack. Calabasas has a playoff game against Redondo Union on Friday. 

Russell Halimon: Although he has a playoff game this weekend, Halimon has had a heck of a season. He has rushed 205 times for 1,543 yards and 13 touchdowns. 

Devon Modster: It’s no surprise that Modster has some ridiculous numbers. He completed 67 percent of his passes for 3,355 yards to go along with 25 touchdowns and only five interceptions. Modster also added 264 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground.

Khalil Tate: Once again, Tate proved this season he is one of the best athletes in the country. He threw for 2,036 yards with 17 touchdowns and eight interceptions. His real damage was done on the ground where he ran 203 times for 2,130 yards and 26 touchdowns. 

Justin Holt: The defensive lineman finished with 79 tackles, 8.5 for loss. He also had 4.5 sacks and six quarterback hurries. 


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