Back in August, 6-foot-8, 315-pound College of the Desrt offensive lineman Jack Julsing talked with USFNation.com about what he was looking for in a school.
"You know, I just want to play," he said. "The main thing for me is to get my school paid for, go to a team where I fit in and they need me. It doesn't really matter what school, as long as I'm needed and I can go in and make an impact, that's all that matters.
"I got my AA this summer, which makes me eligible to transfer in December and play spring ball. Getting there in the spring gives me enough time to learn the offense and compete for a starting job in the fall."
Four months later, Julsing found that in Arizona. The former Division three football player recently made the move to California in order to hopefully receive an offer.
After playing at COD, Julsing's recruiting attention picked up and he has decided to commit to coach Tim Kish and the rest of the Arizona staff.
Stay tuned to Wildcatscoop.com for more details.
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