Greyson Bankhead took his first trip to Arizona on Wednesday and he landed his first offer.
The three-star wide receiver from Corona (Calif.) Centennial talked with the coaches, watched the workout, saw the campus and the Wildcats are now on the board.
Bankhead, a 5-foot-9, 150-pound speedster who finished with 73 receptions for 1,031 yards and 11 touchdowns in his junior season, said he loved the visit and even though he's not ready to make his commitment, Arizona is definitely high on his list.
"We just finished watching their spring practice," Bankhead said. "I was talking to coach (Rich) Rodriguez and all the coaches down there.
"I loved it. It was beautiful. I liked how the campus wasn't too spread out and it's kind of close together. The football facility is off the chain so I just loved it down there.
"They said if they're going to offer anybody they're going to offer somebody who can start in the offense at the University of Arizona. It's pretty big so I'm definitely considering it."
The Corona Centennial standout said everything looked great at Arizona but he's not ready to make a commitment yet. Bankhead is hearing from many other programs so even with the Wildcats impressing him he's not prepared to end the process.
"I'm going to take it slowly," Bankhead said. "I'm not going to rush anything. I have a full senior year to play so I'm not going to rush anything or jump to any conclusions but it's high on my list, very high."
The three-star receiver said Cal, Arizona State, Colorado, USC, Washington State, Utah and Wyoming have all reached out recently.