Illinois receiver sets initial visits

Marquis Johnson one of the nations top receivers may be visiting Tucson in the near future. Along with this another top receiver may have dropped the Cats down on his list, while a player once thought to be favoring the Cats now likes someone else...

Marquis Johnson generally considered one of the nation's top wide-outs is also paying a visit to Tucson. The 6-2 receiver from Champaign (Centennial), IL is coming on December 1st. That is if he isn't already a Longhorn. Johnson likes Texas a lot and he'll be in Austin on September 29th. He also likes Illinois, Michigan State and Colorado.

Big defensive tackle Daniel Zynn may no longer be favoring the Wildcats. Zynn who is friends with Wildcat verbals Ryan O'Hara and Tim Volk is down on Arizona and now appears to favor Oregon State. Zynn is still working on his academic situation to be eligible at Arizona. The Beavers have already offered and he will visit in early December.

Aplayer working on his academics who has piqued the Wildcats' interesr is wide receiver Daniel Robinson. Robinson is ten points shy of posting the required SAT score necessary to become eligible. The Barstow, California native has a 2.67 GPA so his grades are fine. Arizona has already offered and they currently lead over San Diego State, USC, Oregon State and Cal. None of those schools have offered, but may after he retakes the test.

Wide receiver Rhema McKnight appears to have backed off of the Cats a bit. California's top wide receiver will make the move to quarterback for the fall, but that hasn't made any schools back off of him yet. McKnight has not recently mentioned the Wildcats among his top five during interviews.

Two blue-chip players from Hallsville, Texas like Arizona. Safety Kendrick Muckelroy and defensive tackle Fred Jackson both list the Cats. Muckelroy is a speedster who runs a 4.39 in the forty who also likes Florida State, Florida, Nebraska and Kansas State. Brown is a big run stopper. He likes Oklahoma, Washington, Iowa and Syracuse as well as the Cats.

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