One of the players, Foster, has committed elsewhere. Foster verballed to Washington State and considers himself a Cougar already.
"Everyone including Arizona knows I'm going to sign with Washington State," Foster said. "I thought I owed it to myself to take one more visit but I can't wait to go to Washington State. I'm a Cougar all the way and we are going to do some great things there in the future."
Cofer has not been linked to the Cats, but the DT could fill a need for the Cats. He's listed as only a two-star recruit, but those who have seen him play have been impressed.
The Cats had a great week when QB Richard Kovalcheck and RB/WR Marcus Thomas committed to Arizona. Kovalcheck is one of the nation's top passing prospects, while Thomas hopes to make the move from running back to wide receiver with the same success as Bobby Wade.
"I believe that by the 17th (of January), you should have it narrowed down because the 5th of February isn't that far away." Felton said. "So I need to be narrowing this stuff down and getting it nailed. It has been stressful, but it has not been a bad kind of stress."
DE/LB Phillip Rauscher will be visiting Arizona on the 24th and is also looking at UCLA and USC, but has not set visits with those two schools yet.
Another defensive lineman that could very well be a Wildcat is Cliff Stanford. Although he's been recruited as both an offensive and defensive lineman, the Cats want him on defense. He's visiting Utah this weekend, but Arizona is his favorite.
"I really like Arizona a lot right now," Stanford said. "That's where I think I'll be going. My plan is to commit on my trip there. They're recruiting me as a defensive tackle, which is fine with me."
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