Countdown to Camp: Guards

Like the other offensive line positions, guard has a ton of talented bodies but not a ton of experience. The Cats enter camp with some solid starters and some talented young players pushing them for playing time.
August 3, 2006

Spring Review: Offensive Line

No position is more key to the success of the Wildcats this season than the offensive line. The coaches seem pleased with the depth and there is a lot of potential. There are also a lot of questions after the fall.
May 18, 2006

Spring Tidbits (04/05)

Security was just a bit tighter Wednesday at the Wildcats' spring practice. As usual, media and fans were not allowed in, but some nuggets of information emerged and Wildcats Insider has them gathered up.
April 5, 2006

"Let the best man win."

Bill Wacholz's path to Arizona was not an easy one. Most fans know the story by now. The prospect had a season ending injury that ended his senior season after just a few games. He got noticed at a junior college camp and now he is fighting for a starting position.
August 7, 2005

Wacholz a Wildcat!

It's rare that a college recruit gives a verbal commitment and then immediately signs his letter of intent to his chosen school, but nothing in the recruitment of offensive tackle William Wacholz of Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego has been routine. Finally, after being a strong lean to the Arizona Wildcats for a year, the 6-6, 295 pound Wacholz is a Wildcat, signed, sealed and delivered.<BR> <B>UPDATED WITH FULL INTERVIEW</B>
June 20, 2004

Wacholz on Verge of Decision

<a href=http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=147&p=8&cfg=null&c=1&yr=2004&nid=746909>Bill Wacholz</a> is a 6-7, 300-pound offensive lineman from Poway (Calif.) Rancho Bernardo, and Wacholz is following a path most recruits don't normally take. He's a little behind his 2004 teammates, but Wacholz's future looks very bright indeed. He's in the middle of taking official recruiting visits in the hopes of finding the right college for him. Washington just might be that school.
June 13, 2004