Arizona Football Camp: Part II

Arizona had its camp this weekend and there were plenty of players that stood out. Here is part two:

Arizona had its camp this weekend and there were plenty of players that stood out. Here is part two:

ing Ramon Abreu, Tempe Marcos de Niza athlete: Now that Abreu has been offered by Arizona State, it is a longshot for him to come to Arizona. With that be is has good instinctsa solid player. We don't see him being spectacular down the road, but he will definitely contribute to the school that he goes to.

Abreu needs to grow a little bit, but he has good instincts and moves well. We could see him moving to safety once he does gain that weight and still be effective.

Nick Lifka, Naperville (Ill.) linebacker: Lifka is intriguing because he is a year young. He seemed a bit slow in the drills, but had great instincts. He is already big enough to play in college and it would not surprise us to see him get an offer down the road.

Arizona will likely watch some of his junior tape before making a decision, especially when it intends on taking a handful of linebackers in this class.

Justin Rodriguez Tempe Marcos de Niza WR: Physically, Rodriguez does not stand out at all. However, he seems to be a smart receiver on the field and has good hands. He reminds of us a little of David Douglas but his hands are not as good, which definitely is not an insult to him.

Rodriguez will have some work to do in order to get an offer, but he is somebody to keep a close eye on once his senior season starts.

Andy Gallik, Chicago Brother Rice OL: Arizona coaches have to decide if Gallik is worth taking as a center. He is not as good as the other tackle prospects, but if the UA feels he is good enough for a center, then we suspect he will get an offer.

Gallik has good footwork and a fantastic attitude. He will likely be a successful lineman, but it will come down to finding the best fit for him.

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