The University of Arizona has a policy that does not allow credentialed media to cover on-campus recruiting events. One such event was Saturday’s 7-on-7 Passing Camp. Although media outlets could not be on campus watching the action, it does not mean that news did not break during the day.
The Wildcats offered at least two scholarships on Saturday according to [i]The Arizona Republic’s[/I] Richard Obert.
2014 tight end Trevor Wood earned an offer on Saturday according to Obert. The 6-6, 230 pounder from Chaparral is a versatile player who could also play defensive end, but is probably best on offense.
The Cats also offered 2014 quarterback Kyle Allen. Allen led Desert Mountain to the championship game of the event, falling in overtime to powerhouse Chandler Hamilton. Allen led his team to a 6-2 record and did not throw an interception all day.
Allen is already holding a number of offers, including Boise State, North Carolina, Oklahoma State and UCLA.
Arizona had previously offered 2014 Desert Mountain WR Mark Andrews.
There is word that Arizona offered 2014 safety J.R. Hunt of Chandler, although that was not confirmed. Hunt is a rangy 6-3, 190-pound safety.