Unofficial Visitors show up in numbers

The first two home games for the Cats have proven to be very beneficial in the Cats recruiting efforts. Through two games the Cats have hosted a slew of unofficial visitors that include some high profile local athletes.

In attendance so far have been Tucson (Sabino High School) teammates in running back Glyndon Bolasky and fullback Brooks Reed. Apache Junction High School tight end, and Arizona commit, Cody Anderson has been in attendance.

Also in attendance for the Purdue game was Rancho Cucamonga, California four star defensive end prospect Devin Johnson. Johnson has gone on record as saying that, "Arizona is my favorite by far and I am 90 percent sure that is where I want to go. My dad wants me to commit to Arizona too."

All-Arizona Junior defensive end Everson Griffen from Agua Fria High School in Phoenix also showed up to the NAU home game and had a great time.

"I like it a lot down there," said Griffen. "The coaches are great and the atmosphere at the game was awesome. My mom and I went down and she likes it down there a lot too."

Griffen will be one of the top recruits in the state of Arizona next year, if not the top recruit. He attended the Arizona football camp in June and said that he is planning on attending more home games this season, which is good news for the Wildcats.

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