Arizona Offensive Line Priority List

We take a look at who Arizona is prioritizing for the offensive line and more.

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Landing Vorhees definitely won’t be easy, as he has offers from the majority of the Pac-12. Arizona recently stopped at his school and the next step is getting him on campus. The coaches can’t land Vorhees unless it gets him on campus, so this summer will be a big one for the overall picture of the recruitment.

Arizona is doing relatively well for Nelson with a few other Pac-12 schools like Arizona State, Cal, and Utah involved. At this point it doesn’t appear that Nelson is in a rush to make a decision and the last time we caught up with him, he did have positive things to say about the Wildcats.

Arizona has recruited Richardson as long as anybody and it will eventually pay off with a visit. The coaching staff has done a good job here and Arizona has a legitimate shot. ASU, Utah, and BYU are also involved and Richardson has visited a handful of schools already.

When Arizona offered Shear, we’re getting it didn’t see his recruitment taking off like it has. He has been on Arizona’s campus and our guess is that the Wildcats lead, though Shear is not on record as saying that. Oregon State and Washington State are two of the other bigger schools involved and Shear’s list of schools is likely to get bigger before it gets smaller.

Arizona is Robertson’s biggest offer, but he has some nice options. Arizona likes Robertson on the offensive side of the ball and there are others that like him on defense. His athleticism allows him to be a successful two-way player and it is no surprise that Arizona visited and offered him quickly after.

Reid can choose from a ton of schools and represents Arizona’s effort to get into Michigan. We would be surprised if Arizona can convince Reid to come west, especially with offers from both Michigan and Michigan State.

Jackson is likely to leave the state, but Arizona and Arizona State are sure as heck trying. The coaching staff would love to land Jackson and has had him on campus twice. However, there is a family connection to USC and basically every school in the country wants him.

Arizona made Ealy’s recent cut, but it is still considered a long shot. Simply put, it is difficult to get highly rated players of out Ealy’s area and as well as Arizona has done, other schools are putting in just as much effort.

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