Tuesday was a busy day in the state of Arizona with no less then seven student-athletes from the Grand Canyon State landing major college scholarship offers.
FoxSportsNext breaks down those offers:
Scottsdale Saguaro quarterback Luke Rubenzer was offered by New Mexico according to Sabercat head coach Jason Mohns.
Rubenzer (6-0 185) also has offers from UNLV, San Jose State, Weber State, Army, Air Force, and Navy.
He threw for 2,834 yards and 36 TDs versus just 6 INTs as a junior. Luke also rushed for 1,184 yards and 10 more scores.
Scottsdale Saguaro WR/DB Christian Kirk was offered by Washington and Nevada according to head coach Jason Mohns.
Kirk, a 2015 grad, already has verbal offers from Oklahoma, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Florida State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Cal, Wisconsin, Oregon State, Arizona, Arizona State and UCLA. as well as the Huskies and Wolfpack.
Kirk made 43 catches 1,003 yards and 12 TDs, carried the ball 10 times for 166 yards and more 3 TDs and made 23 tackles and 4 INTs on defense as a sophomore.
Scottsdale Chaparral offensive tackle Keenan Walker received his third offer, this one coming from Washington according to Firebirds head coach Dave Huffine.
Walker (6-5 260), a 2015 grad also has been offered by Arizona State and Arizona.
Higley High School offensive tackle Quinn Bailey received his third offer. Washington offered according to HHS head coach Ed Zubey.
Bailey (6-5 255) also has been offered by Arizona and Northern Colorado.
An interesting side note is that Zubey played for UW offensive line coach Dan Cozzetto at Arizona State.
Scottsdale Sagauro offensive tackle Alex Anderson received two new offers Tuesday according to head coach Jason Mohns.
Anderson (6-5 290) was offered by New Mexico and Nevada.
Anderson also has offers from Colorado, San Jose State, Oregon State, Colorado State, Montana and San Diego State.
Phoenix Desert Vista OL/DL Jalen Jelks reported that he was offered by Nebraska.
Jelks (6-7 255) also has been offered by Boise State, Oregon, Arizona State, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Oregon State, Washington and Arizona.
Jelks made 39 tackles and 4 sacks as a junior.
Buckeye High OT Ismael Betancourt received his first offer.
Nevada offered the 6-5 280 pounder.
Chandler High WR Dionte Sykes reports that he added an offer from Montana.
This is the 4th offer for Sykes (6-2 200) with San Diego State, Michigan State and Hawaii all offering previously.
Grand Canyon State Update: 5/14
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