Arizona Defense End Priority List

Arizona is prioritizing numerous defensive ends. Read on to see a list of the top options.

Arizona was one of Tofa’s earlier offers and he has added some more since then, including Stanford. Utah and BYU will certainly prioritize him, but if Tofa is to be believed, he is open to all schools. In addition, Tofa says he wants to take visits before coming to a decision, so Arizona hopes to get him on campus at some point.

Callier is easily one of Arizona’s top priorities on the defensive line. He keeps his recruitment relatively quiet, but we know Arizona has been doing pretty well. Arizona State has also offered and Washington is involved. We don’t have a good feel for his recruitment because of how tightly guarded Callier is, but we know the coaching staff stopped by recently and he is a player to keep a close eye on.

When Arizona offered Isibor some people had questions, but he has now added offers from USC, Oregon, and a bunch of other top schools. Arizona is doing just fine with him and has already had him on campus a few times, but Isibor knows his recruitment is going to keep gaining traction. We do expect the Wildcats to remain right in the thick of things.

As of now, this is a battle between Arizona and Arizona State. ASU is basically down the street, so it will visit Johnson as much as possible and you have to think there is an advantage there. Arizona will also keep visiting him and while there is a solid chance his recruitment expands, Johnson’s best options are in Arizona.

Arizona offered Stephens early and has done a good job here. South Florida, Central Florida, and Arizona are the schools Stephens says are doing the best job, but he is going to be deciding after the season. Florida has checked up on him a few times as well, so that could change up the recruitment should an offer come.

Daley’s recruitment is already national with offers from schools such as Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and plenty of others. Most of the schools that have offered have Daley near the top of their defensive list and rightfully so. Daley does not have any favorites, but admits that his most intriguing offer so far is Tennessee, as he grew up a fan.

Once again, Arizona struck early with this offer and schools like USC, Arizona State, and Nebraska weren’t far behind. Arizona has done well early, but Porcher is going to be very smart about this process because his dad played in the NFL and can cut through all the pitches from the schools recruiting his son. We expect Arizona to be in decent shape for a visit, though there is a long way to go.

Arizona and California are the two top schools here, but a Washington offer would change things. The Huskies will likely have Gaye camp before making an offer and that would be something to watch. Still, Arizona has done a nice job and should be able to at least get Gaye on campus for a visit.

At this point, it looks like Arizona will have some difficulty getting Glaze far from home. Tennessee has done a nice job here and Glaze as insinuated it is the leader. Arizona will keep trying and a decision doesn’t seem imminent, but this will be a difficult recruitment to get a good grasp on.

Davis is an Oregon State commit, but we would be surprised if he winds up there Arizona will be able to basically visit him every day if it wants to and he is going to get other offers as well. We’re not sure on a timeline and what type of visits Davis wants to take, but we’re confident Arizona is an option. 

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