With the season in full swing, here is a general breakdown of how Arizona is doing with offensive recruits:
Daniel Jenkins: This could come down to UCLA and Arizona. The Wildcats want this running back just as much as anybody on their list and Jenkins knows it. Expect him to be on an official visit later this season.
Lamon Muldrow: The rumor is that Muldrow does not have that great of grades, which is why he has not committed any where yet. If his grades get up, there is a very good chance he becomes a Wildcat. Then again, there is also a good chance he gets more offers.
Chris Putton: Arizona is the most meaningful offer he has, which is meaningless in itself because he is so good. He may be Arizona's top priority on the offensive line and is definitely one of the most underrated players in the west. The UA remains in good shape for him.
Kevin Danser: Danser is another lineman that would fit in well with the offense. He has plans to take his time and should UCLA recruit him harder, the Bruins could be tough to beat. However, the UA is already recruiting him hard and he is on record as saying he likes Arizona.
Jamal Miles: Considered to be the best back in the state, it looks like Miles will stay in Arizona. Any time there is a player in Phoenix, he will be tough to get away from Arizona State. However, the running backs have been unimpressive at ASU and Miles has been seen around Arizona more.
Kendial Lawrence: He is definitely underrated and we would not be surprised to see the Texas schools get involved. A balanced back, Lawrence fits in well with the offense.
Adam Hall: It looks like Hall may take an official to Arizona, which would be huge. Make no mistake about it, USC and Oregon will be tough to beat. However, there is plenty of pressure to stay local and Hall knows how big of a star he could become at the UA.
Taylor Lewan: Arizona could definitely do better, but Lewan has not eliminated any school, so we have chosen to keep him in this category.
Michael Philipp: He does not name Arizona much, but the Wildcats are in there. Stanford and UCLA are the favorites, but the more Arizona wins, the more he will pay attention to the UA.
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