2018 Arizona Wide Receiver Watch List

We take a look at the wide receivers Arizona is currently targeting in the 2018 class.


Williams is going to have offers from the entire Pac-12 when it is all said and done, but Arizona got involved early and is hoping it makes an impact. This recruitment will be a bit of a long shot, but Williams does like Arizona. 


It could be difficult to get the Mater Dei star out of Southern California, but Arizona is going to try. The coaching staff has not offered yet, though we would expect one to come eventually. 


Arizona was Bush’s second offer. Since then he has offers from LSU, Oregon, Florida State, Nebraska, and others. Nice for Arizona to recognize his skills, but that offer list will make landing him very difficult.


Can Arizona land the son of another former MLB player? David Justice’s son is one of the better wide receivers in California and Rod Smith has already started to recruit him. There’s a good chance Justice takes an unofficial visit this summer. 


Enis has already been to Arizona a few times and both in-state schools have made him a main target. Arizona State probably has a better chance as of now, but Enis is seemingly taking his time with everything. 


Phillips is another player that will have offers from most of the Pac-12. Arizona has already given him one and he is about as good as it gets off the line. His recruitment is currently pretty open.


Hall does not have an Arizona offer right now, but Tony Dews stopped at Calabasas before Signing Day to check in on him. Dews is not here any more, though that should not change much and we would expect the coaching staff to take a close look at him.


Holland is an interesting prospect because he can easily play corner at the next level. UCLA has offered, but the word is that it wants him on defense. Arizona seems to be more open to him playing on the other side of the ball. 


With the way Arizona focuses on Vegas, Nailor is probably a good candidate to receive an offer. Colorado is his biggest one right now and Arizona has had some contact, so this is a name to remember.


Mitchell was a bit of a surprise offer, but like we said, the coaching staff is very well connected in Vegas. With the early offer, we have to assume Mitchell is a priority and the Wildcats are likely in the lead right now.


Arizona offered Spiker earlier than others, but it likely won’t matter. He will have his choice of schools and will have national options. We would be surprised if the Wildcats land him, but they will try.


Arizona visited Naples before Signing Day and offered numerous players, including Theork. Jahmile Addae will likely head the recruitment and Arizona has a solid chance here early on. 

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