Cougs offer Arizona trio

ARIZONA HASN'T BEEN a strong crimson pipeline in recent years but that may be changing. The Cougars have offered three players from the same Arizona high school -- a four star safety, a rising wide receiver and a dumptruck of a defensive tackle.

Four-star safety Reggie Daniels, wide receiver Kendyl Taylor and defensive tackle Jaxon Hood have all been offered by the Cougs.

It was especially exciting for Hood as this is the 6-0, 280-pounder's first scholarship offer.

"They came to our practice today and they told Coach Belles that they were very interested and asked if I had any offers yet. Coach said Penn State said they were going to offer and be my first, and then he said WSU would be my first," said Hood. "Coach said they like that I play hard and I have extremely fast first steps. He said the whole staff loves me. I am so excited (to get first offer)."

Hood was named 2nd team all-region as a junior after making 38 tackles and 5.5 sacks. See him in action below (#45):


The 6-0, 175 pound Taylor has been offered by Washington State, Stanford, Arizona State and Washington.

He was named 1st team all-region as an all-purpose player as a junior after he caught 48 passes for 713 yards and 5 TDs and rushed for 784 yards 9 more scores.

See him in action below:


In addition to the Cougars, Daniels (6-2, 185) has offers from Washington, Arizona, Oregon State, Arkansas, Arizona State, Montana and Notre Dame.

He was a 2nd team all-region pick as a junior after making 46 tackles, 2 sacks and 3 INTs.

See him in action below:

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