Wide Receiver 6-foot-4 190-pounds Show Low - BYU Weeks chose BYU in December of his junior season over early interest from Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Washington and a few others showed interest in Weeks, a 6-foot-4, 190-pounder was one of the top receivers at January's U.S. Army National Combine which was held in San Antonio making the Rivals.com All-Combine team.
Quarterback 6-foot-2 195-pounds Scottsdale Chaparral - Texas Brewer chose the Longhorns over offers from Arkansas, Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, Tennessee and Texas A&M. As a junior, Brewer threw for 2677 yards with 37 touchdowns and six interceptions. He is a two-time state champion and is 27-1 as a starter for the Firebirds.
Tight End 6-foot-3 220-pounds Gilbert Mesquite - Arizona State The 6-foot-3, 220 from Mesquite High School in Gilbert, Ariz., had an impressive showing at the Sun Devils' one day camp in June and it led to a scholarship offer, which he quickly accepted. Kohl ran a 40-yard dash in the 4.6s at the camp and is a multi-faceted talent who plays outside linebacker and receiver for Mesquite.
Athlete 5-foot-11 190-pounds Chandler Hamilton - Washington The 5-foot-11, 190-pound prospect who rushed for 784 yards and nine touchdowns and also caught 48 passes for 713 yards and five scores to help lead Hamilton to an undefeated season as a junior. He also had offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Stanford and Washington State. Rivals.com rates him as the No. 32 athlete in the 2012 class.
Defensive End 6-foot-2 235-pounds Mesa Desert Ridge - San Diego State The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder was San Diego State's fourth early commitment in the Class of 2012. Barrett is a third-year two-way starter for Desert Ridge. He'll again play left tackle on offense after having played defensive end as a sophomore and defensive tackle as a junior.
Running Back 5-foot-11 190-pounds Gilbert Williams Field - San Diego State Howard also had offers from Boise State and North Dakota State, to go with interest from Arizona, Arizona State and Northern Arizona. Last year Howard carried 127 times for 1,407 yards and 26 touchdowns. He averaged 11.1 yards a carry and 111.3 per game. He also caught three balls for 71 yards and two more touchdowns.
Running Back 6-foot-1 242-pounds Oro Valley Canyon del Oro - Stanford Martinez chose Stanford over offers from Boise State and Oregon State. A two-way standout, he was named first-team all-region on both sides of the ball as a junior. He caught 24 passes for 555 yards and 10 score as a TE and made 129 tackles and nine sacks at linebacker.
Offensive Line 6-foot-3 275-pounds Chandler - Arizona The 6-foot-3, 275-pound prospect also holds offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State and San Diego State. He's rated eighth at offensive guard, No. 234 in the 2012 class and sixth in the Arizona state rankings by Rivals.com. He could decommit with the firing of Mike Stoops.
Wide Receiver 5-foot-9 150-pounds Chandler - San Diego State Mills' decision came down to SDSU, Colorado, Northern Arizona, Montana and Air Force. He can play both cornerback and receiver, but said SDSU wants him to play in the slot and help in the return game.
Defensive Line 6-foot-1 245-pounds Laveen Fairfax - Arizona Melvin was flying under the radar until he earned defensive line MVP honors at the Stanford Nike camp in May. He chose Arizona over offers from ASU and UCLA. He had 18 tackles and two sacks as a junior and also competes in the shot put and discus in track and field.
Linebacker 6-foot 200-pounds Tempe Marcos de Niza - Iowa State Pavlenko chose the Cyclones over offers from Air Force, Navy, Northern Arizona and Utah State. The All-American wrestler in the 215-pound weight class, who recorded 133 tackles as a junior, also garnered interest from Boise State, Arizona, Arizona State, Missouri and Penn State.
Offensive Line 6-foot-2 230-pounds Mesa Red Mountain - Air Force Ficklin was an all-region performer for Red Mountain. He is projected to center and was receiving broad interest at time of his commitment to Air Force.
Longsnapper 6-foot-1 240-pounds Scottsdale Desert Mountain - Arizona State Wahlstron, who is ranked as the 12th best long snapper in the nation by kohlskicking.com. Was also hearing from BYU, Fresno State, Houston, Michigan St, NAU, Tulsa and Utah. The fact that he will enroll this spring gives the Sun Devils flexibility because they could count him against the 2011 class number.
Offensive Line 6-foot-2 300-pounds Glendale Cactus - Washington State Dotson, any all-region performer as a junior, chose Washington State over seven offers including one from Arizona State. He is on track to graduate from Cactus early and enroll in January.
Running Back 5-foot-11 195-pounds Gilbert Mesquite - Arizona Lopez is a two-way standout for Mesquite. He chose Arizona over offers from Air Force, Army, Idaho, Colorado and Montana. He is being recruited as an athlete by Arizona but will probably started out on defense.
Safety 5-foot-11 190-pounds Peoria Centennial - Cal Hoffpauir, a two sport star, chose Cal over offers from Air Force, Arizona, ASU, Army, Colorado, Duke, Montana, Northwestern, Stanford, Toledo, Navy, NAU, UCLA and Washington.
Defensive Back 6-foot-1 195-pounds Phoenix North Canyon - Arizona State Allah, a 6-foot-1 190-pounder, had 54 tackles and one interception last season, ran a 4.47 40-yard dash over the summer. He is being recruited to play cornerback at the school. A big defensive back who moves well, all of Allah's other primary suitors wanted him at safety, including Colorado, Montana and Wyoming.
Safety 6-foot 170-pounds Chandler Hamilton - Oregon Daniels, a three-star recruit, was named first-team all-state by Arizona Varsity.com. He had a final list of Oregon, Arkansas, Washington, Arizona State and Boise State but finally decided to choose the Ducks.
Defensive Line 6-foot 280-pounds Chandler Hamilton - Boston College A first-team all-state player by ArizonaVarsity.com. He was also seriously considering trips to Washington State and Fresno State - and might have taken those before making his commitment. He remains a soft verbal and taking other visits is a strong possibility and Hood said he told the Boston College coaches that he was thinking about seeing what else is out there especially since his trip to Chestnut Hill was the first one.
Defensive Line 6-foot-5 240-pounds Chandler - Colorado Jagne, an athletic, aggressive 6-foot-5, 235-pound defensive end from Chandler, Ariz., committed to Colorado over offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Washington, Washington State and others.
Athlete 5-foot-10 180-pounds Chandler - UCLA Perkins, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound three-star athlete, committed to the Bruins on Dec. 4 when they were still without a coach. He rushed for 1,297 yards and 20 touchdowns in his senior season. Air Force, Colorado, Fresno State, New Mexico, Northwestern and Wyoming had also offered Perkins but once UCLA offered him it seemed he was destined to sign with the Bruins.
Defensive Line 6-foot-4 210-pounds Chandler - New Mexico Winston was first committed to Wyoming previously but took an official visit to New Mexico and changed his mind and signed with New Mexico. He is graduating from high school early and will enroll in January. He also claimed offers from Arizona State, Washington State, Montana and Western Kentucky.
Athlete 6-foot-4 200-pounds Peoria Centennial - UNLV Hawthorne chose UNLV over an offer from NAU. Centennial utilized him in a variety of ways. On the year, he had over 500 yards from scrimmage and eight touchdowns. On defense he made 13 tackles and two interceptions. He has experience at quarterback and could start there for the Rebels.
Offensive Line 6-foot-4 260-pounds Phoenix Desert Vista - Utah Dielman was a first-team all-state performer according to ArizonaVarsity.com. He chose Utah over offers from Fresno State, NAU, San Diego State, San Jose State and UNLV.
Offensive Line 6-foot-2 260-pounds Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep - Penn York is one of the best student athletes in Arizona. He had a variety of offers but going to an Ivy League schools was too much to pass up. He was named first-team all-state by ArizonaVarsity.com.
Wide Receiver 6-foot-3 190-pounds Anthem Boulder Creek - Montana One of the top receiver prospects in Arizona. He chose the FCS power Montana over offers from Air Force, Cornell, Illinois State, NAU, North Dakota and South Dakota State.
Tight End 6-foot-3 245-pounds Mesa Red Mountain - San Jose State Freeman is a good athlete that showed good potential at quarterback before switching to tight end as a junior. He chose San Jose State over offers from Montana and Northern Colorado.
Defensive End 6-foot-3 230-pounds Laveen Fairfax - NAU Arledge is an athletic defensive end with a good frame and upside. He chose Northern Arizona over offers from Air Force, Army, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota State and UTEP.
Defensive End 6-foot-2 200-pounds Phoenix Pinnacle - Idado Palomino is an good looking prospect that was receiving interest from BCS programs like Boise State and ASU early on. He chose Idaho over offers from NAU and UNLV.
Athlete 5-foot-7 150-pounds Glendale Deer Valley - Idaho Armstrong while undersized is the fastest prospect in Arizona and one of the fastest in the nation. He had offers in track from ASU and LSU. He rushed for over 1700 yards and 23 scores this year.
Offensive Line 6-foot 280-pounds Scottsdale Saguaro - Navy Dusz was a two-way standout from the DIII state champions. He could play on either side of the ball for the midshipmen.
Athlete 5-foot-10 160-pounds Mesa Desert Ridge - Harvard Becerra is one of the top sleepers in Arizona. He is sneaky fast and supposedly ran a sub 4.4 40-yard dash this summer. He could play a variety of positions but projects to slot receiver for the Crimson.
Tight End/Defensive End 6-foot-3 240-pounds Tucson Sahuaro - San Jose State Kittrell is a good looking prospect that impressed at ASUís one-day camp in the summer. He could make it at tight end/H-back or defensive end. Earned All-Tucson honors the last two seasons for Sahuaro.
Defensive End 6-foot-5 245-pounds Tempe Corona del Sol - Nebraska Moss is a good athlete that is a two-sport standout for the Aztecs. He chose Nebraska over Arizona, ASU, Purdue and Washington. His best football is in front of him as he really only has a year and a half of experience at the varsity level.
Linebacker 6-foot 225-pounds Mesa Mountain View - Northern Arizona Thomas has starred on both sides of the ball for Mountain View during his varsity career. As a senior he most of his production came from his linebacker spot. He will compete for reps at linebacker right away for the Lumberjacks.
Defensive End 6-foot-4 230-pounds Phoenix Arcadia - Brown Olson was one of the top sleeper prospects in the state. He chose Brown over Air Force and South Dakota State but he had other Ivy League programs expressing interest of late. He is a high motor player with a good frame to add weight to in the coming years.
Running Back 5-foot-11 200-pounds Northwest Valley Christian - Northern Arizona The state's career and single season rushing leader will play ball for NAU. He chose the Lumberjacks over offers from North Dakota and North Dakota State.
Kicker 5-foot-11 175-pounds Surprise Sunrise Mountain - Northern Arizona Hawkins has arguably the strongest leg in the state. He converted twelve feild goals including a long of 62 yards. He also had touchbacks on 51 of 70 kickoffs.
Safety 6-foot 190-pounds Tucson Sabino - South Dakota State Brown spent most of his senior year as the Sabercats starting quarterback. He threw for 1,568 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also ran for 1,221 yards and 18 more scores. He will play safety in college.
Offensive Line 6-foot-4 275-pounds Bradshaw Mountain - Northern Arizona Julian a two-time all-league performer is regarded as one of the top sleeper linemen in the state. He was very impressive at ASU's one day camp last summer.
Athlete 5-foot-7 170-pounds Phoenix North Canyon - Arkansas Pine Bluff Sneaky quick running back/slot receiver. High character with great intangibles. As a senior, Russell totaled for 435 yards from scrimmage and five touchdowns.