Arizona commits delay visits

Jamardre Cobb and Marquis Ware could take some other official visits in the coming months but don't expect any serious news soon.
The two Arizona commits from Los Angeles Salesian are planning to keep things quiet during the season, focus on winning games and then after the year they could take some other trips.
Cobb, a four-star linebacker, and Ware, a four-star athlete, committed to Arizona on Aug. 22. They're joined by teammate Rodney Carr, a three-star prospect, in the class.

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No doubt other programs continue to recruit Cobb and Ware but Salesian assistant coach D'Vah Thomas said the recruiting process is not the focus at this point.
"There might be something in October or November but they're just focusing on the season," Thomas said. "They're playing to win a championship right now.
"Their recruitment has been slow. It's kind of quiet right now. We'll talk about those visits later."
Oklahoma has been one of the programs reaching out to Ware and Cobb and so have Washington State and Oregon State.
A trip to Norman in early October had been planned for both four-star prospects but they're going to postpone that trip at this point.
Cobb, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound recruit, is rated as the No. 12 inside linebacker and the No. 179 prospect in the 2014 class. Ware, who missed the summer because of injury, is the eighth-best athlete and No. 140 in the class.