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2014 Arizona Recruiting Class Analysis

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Posted Feb 7, 2014


2014 Arizona Wildcats ... Head Coach: Rich Rodriguez


Arizona Wildcats

2013 Record: 8-5
8/31 Northern Arizona W 35-0
9/7 at UNLV W 58-13
9/14 UTSA W 38-13
9/21 OPEN DATE
9/28 at Washington L 38-13
10/5 OPEN DATE
10/10 at USC L 38-31
10/19 Utah W 35-24
10/26 at Colorado W 44-20
11/2 at California W 33-28
11/9 UCLA L 31-26
11/16 Washington St L 24-17
11/23 Oregon W 42-16
11/30 at Arizona St L 58-21
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12/31 Arizona L 42-19


Arizona | The 2013 Recruiting Class

Team Concerns For 2014: Fine-tuning the passing game. RB Ka’Deem Carey predictably left early for the NFL, which means the Wildcats will no longer house one of the nation’s premier running backs. Rich Rodriguez and his staff will spend the offseason sifting through their quarterback options, a process that could take right up until the opener. Arizona has to find that one guy capable of making use of an emerging corps of receivers likely to be the strength of the entire 2014 squad.

The 2014 Class Is Heavy On ... Wide receiver. The tight ends were addressed, too, with Trevor Wood one of the nation’s top prospects and Darrell Cloy a good-looking pass catcher. It’s the Arizona offense, so it’s mostly about the running game with Nick Wilson and Jonathan Haden two speedy options. JUCO transfer Jerrard Randall will be brought in to compete for the starting job soon, and Brandon Dawkins is a talented option to develop for the future. Cameron Denson is a local product who could’ve gone just about anywhere – he’ll be the team’s No. 1 target. He leads a deep and talented group of receivers.

2013 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 21. That Class Was Heavy On ... The backfield. Rich Rodriguez did a great job putting square pegs into round holes, and now he's getting the guys he wants and needs to run his attack. It starts with Anu Solomon, and athletic playmaker who should fit the offense to a T, but JUCO transfer Jesse Scroggins is going to get a little bit of a look. Running back Pierre Cormier has the quickness to break off huge plays, but Zachary Green could turn out to be just as effective. The receiving corps is getting some pop with T.J. Johnson, Samajie Grant, Nate Phillips and Mauriece Lee all speedsters who can hit the home run. Corner Derek Babiash is a great bet and Prince Holloway is a JUCO transfer who should see time immediately, but the class will revolve around the offense.

2012 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 52. That Class Was Heavy On ... Players who can run the spread. Arizona was No. 3 in the nation in passing with Nick Foles under center, and now Rich Rodriguez has to find a Denard Robinson/Pat White type who can run his offense. He’s saying he’ll tailor the offense around the players and not the players to the offense, but that doesn’t mean he’s not going after the players he needs. However, this doesn’t look like it’ll be a big class of running backs with most of the attention paid to the defensive line. 

2011 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 69. That Class Was Heavy On ... Kickers. It’s a surprisingly sparse class with little star power and no one area of instant improvement … except at kicker. Jamie Salazer and Kyle Dugandzic come in from the JUCO ranks to battle it out for time, even though Alex Zendejas is coming off a decent year hitting 14-of-19 field goals. The best part of the class is running back with KaDeem Carey and Jared Baker two quick backs who can do a little bit of everything right. Dominique Petties and Patrick Onwuasor are two good safeties to keep an eye on.

2010 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 44. That Class Was Heavy On ... Linemen. Lots and lots of linemen. The Wildcats got their receivers last year and are solid at the skill positions, but they still got a star target in JUCO transfer Dexter Ransom. The lines needed to be fortified, and this is the class for that with five linemen brought in for the offensive side and five for the defense. Kirifi Taula is the defensive tackle the line will eventually build around, but JUCO transfers Willie Mobley and Mohammed Usman will be needed now for depth. There weren't many stars for the offensive line, but tackles Trent Spurgeon and Matthew Jakubiec have tremendous upside.

2009 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 50. That Class Was Heavy On ... pass-catchers. If you’re going to successfully run Sonny Dykes’ offense, you better have depth at the receiver position. The Wildcats took a quantum leap in that direction, signing more than a half-dozen wideouts and tight ends. The hands-down gem of that group is local standout Adam Hall, who had his choice of destinations. Actually, there’s so much talent here, it could free up Hall to move over to safety, where he’s just as dangerous.

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Arizona 42, Boston College 19
Basically … Boston College answered a two-yard Ka’Deem Carey touchdown run with two Nate Freese field goals from 22 and 41 yards away to make it 7-6 Arizona late in th first half, and then the roof caved in. The Wildcats got a 69-yard pick six from William Parks and a 26-yard Trey Griffey touchdown catch in the final few minutes for a 21-6 halftime lead, and they opened up the second half with a six-yard Carey touchdown run and a 14-yard scoring dash from B.J. Denker as part of a 35 point scoring run to turn the game into a laugher. BC star running back Andre Williams was held in check with just 75 yards, but he scored in the fourth quarter on a four-yard run once the game was out of reach.

- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey ran 28 times for 165 yards and two scores.
- Arizona QB B.J. Denker completed 17-of-24 passes for 276 yards and two scores, and he ran 13 times for 49 yards and a touchdown.
- Arizona WR Nate Phillips made nine catches for 194 yards and Trey Griffey caught three passes for 41 yards and two scores.
- Boston College RB Andre Williams ran 26 times for 75 yards and a score.
- Boston College QB Chase Rettig completed 16-of-26 passes for 189 yards with two scores.
- Boston College WR Alex Amidon caught ten passes for 129 yards.

at Arizona State 58, Arizona 21
Basically … The Arizona State defense held tough early on and the offense took advantage on the way to a 27-0 first half lead. Taylor Kelly found Darwin Rogers on a 38-yard touchdown pass and D.J. Foster and De’Marieya Nelson each ran for second quarter scores. Arizona got on the board with a B.J. Denker touchdown run, but Zane Gonzalez hit his third field goal of the first half and the Sun Devils cruised the rest of the way. The ASU D came up with four takeaways with Damarious Randall taking one of three Denker picks for a score. Foster and Nelson each scored in the fourth on the way to 21 unanswered points.
- Arizona State RB D.J. Foster ran 23 times for 124 yards and two scores.
- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey ran 32 times for 157 yards and a score.
- Arizona QB B.J. Denker completed 15-of-30 passes for 175 yards and three picks and ran 15 times for 87 yards and a score.
- Arizona State QB Taylor Kelly completed 13-of-25 passes for 274 yards and two touchdowns with a pick, and he ran 13 times for 26 yards.

at Arizona 42, Oregon 16
Basically … Arizona was stifling on defense and unstoppable on offense, getting up 14-0 on the first of four Ka’Deem Carey touchdown runs and with the first of two B.J. Denker touchdown passes. Oregon only managed a 33-yard field goal in the midst of the Wildcat storm, with Denker connecting with Nate Phillips from nine yards away and Terrence Miller from five yards out. Two one-yard touchdown runs from Carey, including one with 18 seconds to play in the first half, to put the game out of reach. Marcus Mariota threw his first interception of the season, giving away two, but he threw two touchdown passes, finding Pharoah Brown for a one-yard touchdown and Josh Huff for a two-yard score.
- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey ran 48 times for 208 yards and four scores.
- Oregon QB Marcus Mariota completed 27-of-41 passes for 308 yards and two touchdowns with two picks.
- Oregon RB De’Anthony Thomas ran 16 times for 83 yards, and caught six passes for 74 yards.
- Arizona QB B.J. Denker completed 19-of-22 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns, and ran 14 times for 102 yards.

Washington State 24, at Arizona 17
Basically … Connor Halliday found Isiah Myers for a 25-yard touchdown with just over two minutes to play for a 24-17 Washington State lead, and then held on. The Wildcats had one final shot, but B.J. Denker’s final throw was caught out of the end zone. Down 10-0 in the first quarter, Arizona came back with Ka’Deem Carey touchdown runs from 30 and seven yards out, and after a 23-yard Halliday touchdown pass to River Cracraft, tied it up with a Jake Smith field goal late in the third. The Wildcats wouldn’t score again.
- Washington State QB Connor Halliday completed 39-of-53 passes for319 yards and two touchdowns with a pick.
- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey ran 26 times for 132 yards with a score.
- The Wildcats were held to 195 rushing yards. Washington State ran for 101.
- Arizona QB B.J. Denker completed 26-of-38 passes for 200 yards and a score, and he ran 17 times for 64 yards.

UCLA 31, at Arizona 26
Basically … Linebacker Myles Jack saw a little time on offense, running for a 66-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to help UCLA hang on. The Bruins got a 66-yard Shaquelle Evans touchdown catch from Brett Hundley, and the two connected in the second from four yards out. Arizona kept the heat on with a four-yard Ka’Deem Carey touchdown run and two fourth quarter touchdown passes from B.J. Denker to Nate Phillips, but the offense failed on two final drives with Denker getting picked off to snuff out the final shot.
- UCLA LB Myles Jack ran six times for 120 yards and a score, and he made eight tackles with a recovered fumble.
- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey ran 28 times for 149 yards and a score.
- UCLA QB Brett Hundley completed 18-of-25 passes for 227 yards and two scores, and he ran 14 times for 56 yards and a touchdown.
- Arizona QB B.J. Denker completed 20-of-33 passes for 186 yards and two scores with a pick, and he ran 16 times for 82 yards.

Arizona 33 at Cal 28, Nov. 2
Basically … While Arizona led throughout the game, it had to hold on in the waning moments before finally putting away Cal. The Wildcats were in control over the final three quarters, getting three touchdown runs and a touchdown pass from QB B.J. Denker. However, the Bears pulled to within five on a Jared Goff to Kenny Lawler touchdown strike, the third time the pair hooked up for scores on the afternoon.
- Goff finished the day 34-of-56 for 289 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.
- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey led all rushers with 152 yards on 32 carries.
- Wildcat rookie LB Scooby Wright led his team with 8.5 stops, three of which were for minus yards.
- Lawler had six receptions for 72 yards and those three touchdown catches.

at Colorado 44, Arizona 20
Basically … It took a little while, but the Arizona offense exploded over the final 33 minutes as Ka’Deem Carey finished with four touchdowns and B.J. Denker found Nate Phillips for a 44-yard touchdown with 30 seconds to play. Colorado had a 13-10 first half lead on two Will Oliver field goals and a 75-yard touchdown catch from Paul Richardson, but the defense couldn’t stop the Arizona ground game that rumbled for 405 yards.
- This is how the Rich Rodriguez offense is supposed to work. Ka’Deem Carey ran for 119 yards and four scores, and B.J. Denker tore off 192 yards and completed 21-of-32 passes for 265 yards and a score with a pick. It took a little while to get rolling, and then the floodgates opened up.
- The Wildcats are getting through the easy part of the schedule, and it doesn’t stop with a trip to California up next. They’ll get bowl eligible next week against the Bears, and the offense has to be ready for fights with UCLA to follow and Oregon and Arizona State still to deal with. There are problems, but the record should turn out to be fine. An eight-win regular season isn’t out of the question.

at Arizona 35, Utah 24
Basically … Ka’Deem Carey ran a school-record 40 times for 236 yards with a 44-yard touchdown run to help Arizona pull away in the final minutes. B.J. Denker ran for two first half touchdowns, and Marquis Flowers returned an interception 14 yards for a score on the way to a 20-7 Wildcat lead, but Utah came back with backup quarterback Adam Schulz hitting Sean Fitzgerald on a 55-yard touchdown pass and a one-yard Kelvin York run for a 21-20 lead going into the fourth, but Denker and Carey took over in the fourth.
- Ka’Deem Carey was rolling, so the Arizona offense kept feeding him. The 40 carries didn’t exactly wear down the Utah defense, but he got free enough to come up with a few nice runs on the way to his huge day. It wasn’t all the ground game, which came up with 300 yards, with B.J. Denker adding 51 yards and throwing for 168 yards and a score. It was enough to keep the Utes off balance.
- Utah stayed alive despite losing quarterback Travis Wilson to a hand injury. He struggled before getting hurt, completing just 3-of-9 passes for 15 yards with a touchdown and two picks. Adam Schulz did his part completing 12-of-23 passes for 142 yards and a touchdown, but Carey and the Arizona offense were too much to overcome late.
- Utah was in this. Carey might have put the game out of reach, but there were chances to pull off the win. It might not seem like much, especially after screwing up Stanford, but continuing to be competitive is still a really big deal after last year, and especially after losing Wilson. Now comes the critical time with USC and Arizona State up next. The Utes still need two more wins to go bowling, and while there’s Colorado up at the end of the year, if they’re good enough to beat Stanford and battle with UCLA, they can hang with anyone left on the schedule, expect Oregon.
- This was a desperately needed win after the debacle at USC and after getting blown out at Washington. With Colorado and California coming up, even though the games are on the road it’s time to go on a run. And then it’s big game hunting with UCLA and Oregon coming to Tucson.

at USC 38, Arizona 31
Basically … USC got the win for interim head coach Ed Orgeron by hanging on late. Cody Kessler hit Nelson Agholor from 62 yards out and Tre Madden for a 63-yard score in the first quarter, and Justin Davis and Javorius Allen each ran for second quarter scores on the way to a 28-3 lead. But Arizona got back in the game by two long touchdown passes from B.J. Denker, and following a four-yard Allen touchdown run to give the Trojans a 38-17 lead, Denker was back on with a fantastic nine-yard touchdown pass to David Richards and a 28-yard scoring play to Garic Wharton with just over four minutes to play. USC was able to run out the clock.
- There seemed to be a different energy from the Trojans. Ed Orgeron appeared to get the team jacked up early on, and it showed with a pounding ground game and a terrific day from Cody Kessler, who threw for 297 yards and two touchdowns without Marqise Lee and almost no regular targets. Coach O got the win, and after all the drama, that’s all that mattered.
- It’s not like Arizona abandoned the run – Ka’Deem Carey ran for 138 yards – but It was the B.J. Denker show. He completed 28-of-44 passes for 363 yards and four score, spreading the ball around extremely well and rallying the team back.
- The Arizona read-option was fine, but USC DE Leonard Williams helped keep it under wraps with a team-leading 12 tackles with a half a sack. The Trojans made the Arizona offense turning things inside time and again.
- This was Nelson Agholor’s breakout moment. Arizona had to stop one guy, and it couldn’t do it. Agholor caught seven passes for 161 yards and a score. The passing game got a huge boost from the O line that kept Cody Kessler upright.

at Washington 31, Arizona 13
Basically … Bishop Sankey carried the workload and the Washington offense, but it was two short touchdown passes from Keith Price and a two-yard scoring run from Jessie Callier that helped put the game away. Arizona hung around with a one-yard touchdown run from Ka’Deem Carey late in the first half to make it 11-6 UW, but the deficit never got closer than five points. Sankey added a one-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to answer Arizona’s second score, a seven-yard B.J. Denker run in the third.
- Bishop Sankey deserves a few days off. He carried the ball 40 times for 161 yards and a score in a true workmanlike effort. Keith Price did his part for the passing game, throwing for 165 yards and two touchdowns, but this game was all about Sankey.
- Arizona didn’t play well, and it was getting beaten up a bit, but it still managed to stay in the game until late. The final score might not look great, but there were chances to make it a lot different. The Wildcats just never came through.
- Ka’Deem Carey did his part with 132 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries, but it’s hard to get too much of the spotlight with Sankey running ten more times and getting the win.
- Washington held up really, really well against the dangerous Arizona running game. Carey had a great game, but linebackers Shaq Thompson and Princeton Fuimaono each came up with 13 stops. They kept the big plays to a minimum.

at Arizona 38, UTSA 13, Sept. 14
Basically … B.J. Denker ran for two scores and threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Samajie Grant, and Ka’Deem Carey ran for two short runs as Arizona came up with a 38-6 lead and coasted. UTSA only managed two Sean Ianno field goals until David Glasco got into the end zone with just under ten minutes to play.
- Arizona’s offense might not have exploded like it had in the first few games, but it was effective. Ka’Deem Carey was beaten up, and he didn’t take off for any big runs, but he still came up with a workmanlike 128 yards on 27 carries.
- The UTSA offense pressed, but it couldn’t turn drives into points. Eric Soza threw 46 times as the Roadrunners tried to come back, but he could only get the offense into the end zone late after the outcome had been decided.
- B.J. Denker continues to impress as the leader of the Wildcat attack. He completed a solid 14-of-21 passes and ran for 90 yards. This was his game, even though Carey handled most of the workload.
- UTSA had to get away from the running game early as the score got out of hands. David Glasco II only carried the ball ten times because Soza had to throw and throw some more. Controlling the clock didn’t matter; Arizona didn’t break early.

Arizona 58, at UNLV 13, Sept. 7
Basically … Arizona jumped all over UNLV as Ka’Deem Carey was fresh off his suspension running for scores from 58 and 12 yards out to go along with two first quarter touchdown runs from quarterback B.J. Denker. The defense got into the act late in the first half with pick-sixes from Jake Fischer and Tra’Mayne Bondurant for a 49-6 halftime lead. UNLV didn’t get into the end zone until midway through the fourth quarter on a 79-yard Shaquille Murray-Lawrence run. Jake Smith added three field goals for the Wildcats.
- UNLV has to figure out how to stop giving up devastatingly massive negative plays. Minnesota came up with a slew of huge home runs from the defense and special teams, and Arizona’s two interception returns for scores blew the game wide open.
- Everyone runs well in the Arizona offense, but Ka’Deem Carey takes the attack to a different level. He was fresh, averaging close to 11 yards per carry and cranking things up for the offense early on.
- B.J. Denker has to be more accurate to keep the Arizona starting quarterback job. He ran for 63 yards and two big scores, but he only completed 8-of-21 passes for 81 yards.
- UNLV has experience and offensive punch, but it can’t seem to find any sort of consistency. Tim Cornett was bottled up by the Wildcats, running for just 62 yards on 15 carries, and Nick Sherry couldn’t take advantage completing just 6-of-22 passes for 111 yards and a score with pick-sixes.

at Arizona 35, Northern Arizona 0
Basically … It was the Daniel Jenkins show as the fill-in for Ka’Deem Carey ran for 139 yards with a 91-yard score and caught an 11-yard scoring pass as the Wildcats rolled for 393 yards on the way to the easy win. Northern Arizona held on to the ball for over 40 minutes, but three turnovers were a huge problem. Giving up the big play was a bigger one.
- The Wildcats didn’t have to take any chances, and they were able to swarm on defense with Tra’Mayne Bondurant taking a pick 23 yards for a score. The defense only gave up 94 yards rushing.
- Yes, Ka’Deem Carey is a star, but the offense works find no matter what. The Wildcats ran for 306 yards and three touchdowns averaging nine yards per carry.
- The defense managed to hold up well despite being on the field for most of the game. The quick strikes from the offense skewed the time of possession.
- No drama. That’s never a bad thing against an in-state team looking to do anything to come up with a good performance.

Spring Analysis

Why To Get Excited … a second year with Rich Rodriguez in Tucson means the learning curve on offense ought to be much flatter. If a capable quarterback can be mined, the attack might be even more potent than in 2012, when it normed 38 points a game. RB Ka’Deem Carey and WR Austin Hill are dynamic skill position players, both of whom are candidates to bolt to the NFL after their junior seasons.

Why To Be Grouchy … even with the return of 11 starters, the defense is capable of once again capping Arizona’s mobility. The ‘Cats were atrocious last season, yielding almost 500 yards a game. While progress is almost inevitable, considering all of the familiar faces in the huddle and on the sidelines, the D still has a very long way to go before being considered an asset.

The Number One Thing To Work On Is … developing a quarterback rotation. Matt Scott is gone, leaving a gaping hole at the most important spot on the depth chart. B.J. Denker was last year’s backup, playing well in his lone start versus Colorado. However, he’ll be challenged by two transfers, Jesse Scroggins from USC and Nick Isham from Louisiana Tech. For RichRod’s offense to flourish, there needs to be an ace point guard distributing the ball.

Non-Conference Games: Northern Arizona, at UNLV, UTSA
Games Against The North: at California, Oregon, at Washington, Washington State
Realistic Best Case Record: 8-4
Worst Case Record: 4-8
Likely Finish: 6-6

Pre-Preseason Projected Wins: Northern Arizona, at UNLV, UTSA, Utah, at Colorado, UCLA, Washington State

Pre-Preseason Projected Losses: at Washington, at USC, at California, Oregon, at Arizona State

Schedule Analysis: It’s a sneaky-tough schedule with just enough tough road games sprinkled in between a slew of layups to make it difficult to come up with a great year. A 3-0 start is a mortal lock playing Northern Arizona, at UNLV and UTSA before getting a week off to prepare for the Pac-12 opener against Washington. There’s an unnecessary second week off before mid-October, and the Wildcats need to use it before going on an eight-week run with no breaks the rest of the way.

There are three road games in four weeks starting with the trip to USC, but the next three games are the must wins getting Utah and going to Colorado and California. UCLA and Oregon come to Tucson, and getting a split would be nice with Washington State and the season finale against Arizona State making it an interesting finishing kick. The team doesn’t leave the state over the final four weeks.

Team Concerns For 2013: All 11 starters are back on defense, but everyone has to be far better after finishing 118th in the nation and last in the Pac-12 in yards allowed. There wasn't any pass rush whatsoever, finishing last in the conference which led to the disastrous year from the secondary. The run defense wasn't a prize, either, allowing 206 yards per game. The offense might be great again under Rich Rodriguez, but six starters are gone including quarterback Matt Scott and receivers Dan Buckner and Terrence Miller.

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... The backfield. Rich Rodriguez did a great job putting square pegs into round holes, and now he's getting the guys he wants and needs to run his attack. It starts with Anu Solomon, and athletic playmaker who should fit the offense to a T, but JUCO transfer Jesse Scroggins is going to get a little bit of a look. Running back Pierre Cormier has the quickness to break off huge plays, but Zachary Green could turn out to be just as effective. The receiving corps is getting some pop with T.J. Johnson, Samajie Grant, Nate Phillips and Mauriece Lee all speedsters who can hit the home run. Corner Derek Babiash is a great bet and Prince Holloway is a JUCO transfer who should see time immediately, but the class will revolve around the offense.

2012 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 52. That Class Was Heavy On ... Players who can run the spread. Arizona was No. 3 in the nation in passing with Nick Foles under center, and now Rich Rodriguez has to find a Denard Robinson/Pat White type who can run his offense. He’s saying he’ll tailor the offense around the players and not the players to the offense, but that doesn’t mean he’s not going after the players he needs. However, this doesn’t look like it’ll be a big class of running backs with most of the attention paid to the defensive line. 

2011 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 69. That Class Was Heavy On ... Kickers. It’s a surprisingly sparse class with little star power and no one area of instant improvement … except at kicker. Jamie Salazer and Kyle Dugandzic come in from the JUCO ranks to battle it out for time, even though Alex Zendejas is coming off a decent year hitting 14-of-19 field goals. The best part of the class is running back with KaDeem Carey and Jared Baker two quick backs who can do a little bit of everything right. Dominique Petties and Patrick Onwuasor are two good safeties to keep an eye on.

2010 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 44. That Class Was Heavy On ... Linemen. Lots and lots of linemen. The Wildcats got their receivers last year and are solid at the skill positions, but they still got a star target in JUCO transfer Dexter Ransom. The lines needed to be fortified, and this is the class for that with five linemen brought in for the offensive side and five for the defense. Kirifi Taula is the defensive tackle the line will eventually build around, but JUCO transfers Willie Mobley and Mohammed Usman will be needed now for depth. There weren't many stars for the offensive line, but tackles Trent Spurgeon and Matthew Jakubiec have tremendous upside.

2009 CFN Recruiting Ranking: 50. That Class Was Heavy On ... pass-catchers. If you’re going to successfully run Sonny Dykes’ offense, you better have depth at the receiver position. The Wildcats took a quantum leap in that direction, signing more than a half-dozen wideouts and tight ends. The hands-down gem of that group is local standout Adam Hall, who had his choice of destinations. Actually, there’s so much talent here, it could free up Hall to move over to safety, where he’s just as dangerous.

 

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