Three new commitments

The good news for Arizona's football program keeps on coming, as the Wildcats have landed commitments from three prospects.

The good news for Arizona's football program keeps on coming, as the Wildcats have landed commitments from three prospects.

The first player is 6-2, 235 pound linebacker C.J. Parish from Blinn Community College in Brenham, Texas.

Parish chose Arizona over offers from Iowa State, Kansas State, New Mexico, Oklahoma State and UNLV. Unless Arizona lands Bryson Littlejohn, Parish will likely be the last linebacker the Wildcats take in the class.

The second new commit is 6-2, 255 pound H-Back Taimi Tutogi from Chula Vista, California. Arizona was Tutogi's only offer but Washington and Oregon were coming on strong. He could also play defensive line for the Wildcats.

On Sunday Arizona landed 6-3 defensive tackle Justin Washington from Cypress, Texas. Washington also had offers from Oklahoma State, Utah and UTEP.

Arizona now has 18 commitments in 2009 and the Wildcats are expected to fill 23 scholarships.

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