2018 Arizona Recruiting Watch List: OL

We take a look at Arizona's top targets on the offensive line and where the Wildcats stand with each.

It’s not going to be easy to get a four-star Mater Dei player to Tucson, but the coaches are going to give it a shot. Brown is going to have his choice of schools and UCLA is considered to be the early favorite.

Jones does not have an offer yet, but at 6-foot-5, 315 pounds, Arizona is likely to give him one. Jones is another player that is going to have his fair share of offers and the coaching staff generally does well in Jones’ area.

Our guess is Barth gets an offer sooner than later. We know Michalczik has had some contact with him early on and Arizona usually offers guys in bunches. Barth is one of the better tackles in the west and Arizona could use a few more.

Michalczik has also had some contact with Ale and this one won’t be easy. We assume the Northwest schools will get involved and any time that happens, they win out more often than not.

Washington State has already offered and Arizona is currently evaluating him. The Cougars are doing well here, but watch his recruitment completely take off this spring. He’s got good grades and great size, which is usually the right combination early in the process.

Arizona was one of the first schools to offer Craig and others have recently followed, including UCLA. The coaching staff has a good relationship with Granite Bay, but as of now Craig has no favorites.

Arizona and Arizona State are going to make Ramos a priority and you can expect Cal and Charlie Ragle to get involved, among others. Ramos is currently wide open in his recruitment, but the coaching staff will likely make him among its top in-state priorities

Mele played tight end and defensive end at Salpointe, but this kid might be the best lineman prospect in the state. he has tremendous footwork and once he works at the position more, he has a high ceiling. This is another player who we expect will see his recruitment take off this spring.

He is a Michigan State legacy and the Spartans have already offered. Isaia will likely visit Arizona at some point and an offer would put the Wildcats right in the thick of things, but Michigan State feels pretty good right now.

Murray was offered on Tuesday night and he will get some more this week. He is one of the top prospects in the west and will likely have offers from the majority of the Pac-12.

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