Too Late for Lineman to be a Wildcat?

<a href="">Kevin Meagher</a> is one of those players that hasn't been offered that you know will be eventually. He has great technique, strength and was one of the better players TheInsiders witnessed this summer at the numerous combines and camps we attended. He said in the past that he would jump on a UA offer, but now that the Cats have filled up on the O-line for this class his only chance of coming to Tucson would be as a walk-on.
September 2, 2004

L.A. TheInsiders/MSL Combine Report

Representatives from California and Nevada made up the majority of participants at the Southern California TheInsiders/MSL Combine held at Long Beach Poly High School last weekend. There were quite a few surprise players that burst onto the scene and will not soon be forgotten. While there were also some well-known recruits that showed up and did not disapoint. Here is the rundown of all the happenings including player interviews, scout comments, and player test results.
March 30, 2004

All-State CA Lineman Would Jump on a UA Offer

<a href="">Kevin Meagher</a> was a second team all-state underclass selection in California last year. He was also a first team all-league pick. Kevin will most likely start at D-tackle this year in addition to offense. Meagher says he has been a fan of the Wildcats ever since he started to understand the game of football. The Center prospect says that if UA were to offer, they are one of two schools he probably could not turn down.
March 16, 2004