Recruiting class filling up

With another commitment this week, Arizona's recruiting class is filling up.

Arizona's momentum could lead to a minor lack of excitement as the recruiting process continues.

There is pretty much no chances that the Wildcats take another running back or linebacker.

It would take a major player for the UA to consider and the only reason why Arizona would recruit a player at this position is because it feels there is plenty of potential in a position switch.

In addition, Arizona does not have any other real quarterback options right now beyond Brett Hundley.

If Hundley goes elsewhere, which looks likely, it will be interesting to see if Arizona chooses to pursue another QB.

Chances are good that it will but, as of now, there really is not another one on the priority list.

With the commitment of Michael Cooper, tight end is done as well.

Junior Pomee is a player that can play both tight end and wide receiver, so we are not considering him here.

Brock Haman was an option, but he did not get an offer this past week and Arizona decided to move on Cooper, which paid off.

Pomee is set to decide between UCLA and Arizona and a decision to go to the UA would definitely fill up this position.

In other words, expect most of the players that Arizona now brings in to be on the lines.

There will likely be one more wide receiver, ideally David Richards, and then UA will turn most of its focus to another cornerback and a few more offensive lineman.

It is completely possible that Arizona picks up a few more players before the start of the season, thus making it an uneventful season in terms of official visits and such.

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