"I got offered by Arizona back on December 22nd after a few weeks of talking and meeting with the coaches," Dugandzic told JCFootball.com recently. "I committed there right after that and I will take my official visit this weekend and then I will enroll in all my classes and start there on January 12th."
Dugandzic averaged 38.5 yards per punt this season, dropping 21 inside the 20 yard line and forcing 13 fair catches.
"I was getting recruited pretty hard by Miami and I still get a lot of stuff from them, but Arizona is the school that wanted me and the opportunity there was too much to pass up," Dugandzic said.
In addition to his offer from the Wildcats, Dugandzic also had an offer from Arkansas Pine-Bluff.
Dugandzic said he is heading to Arizona with the expectation that he will be the punter next year, but the coaches have also told him to be prepared to kick field goals and kick off, something he did his freshman season for the Pirates back in 2009.
He already has his AA degree and will have three years to play two once he arrives in Tucson.
Kyle Dugandzic Scout Profile
UA offer too good for Dugandzic to pass up
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