Arline played cornerback and wide receiver for a San Antonio Madison, which finished 11-3 this season. He was named the Greater San Antonio defensive player of the year by the San Antonio Express-News.
He was credited with 42 1/2 tackles, four interceptions, five pass breakups, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble.
As a wide receiver, he caught 17 passes for 506 yards and four touchdowns this season. He also returned three kickoffs and a punt for touchdowns.
At the UIL state track meet last May, Arline finished third in the Class 5A 300-meter hurdles with a time of 36.64 seconds and took fifth in the 110-meter hurdles in 14.20.
Emfinger's Evaluation:"Arline is probably the best free safety in Texas this season. There are a lot of highly rated defensive backs in Texas this year, but most of them are cornerbacks. He does it all on defense. He makes bone-crunching tackles, returns punts and kickoffs, and intercepts passes."
*****************FEBRUARY 4 UPDATE********************
TE: What's your commitment status?
AA: "I'm 95 percent sure that I'll sign with Baylor on Wednesday (February 6)."
TE: Where does that leave Tech?
AA: "Tech is the other five percent. It came down to Tech and Baylor, but I feel more comfortable in Waco."
TE: Why did you change your commitment from Tech to Baylor?
AA: "I was very interested in Tech, but my parents liked Baylor a lot. We got along with Coach (Kevin) Steele really well and I feel more at home with Baylor."
TE: Is there still a chance you might sign with Tech on Wednesday?
AA: "Yes, there is, but it's unlikely. Probably a five percent chance."
TE: Thanks for your time tonight. Good luck on Wednesday.