One of the top prospects in Arizona's 2014 class is Cameron Denson and the Tucson (Ariz.) Salpointe athlete has already been offered by both in-state programs.
Since he's so close to Arizona, the 6-foot-1, 170-pound prospect visited with the Wildcats last Wednesday and definitely got a good first impression.
"I know they run a spread offense," Denson said last weekend at the New Level Athletics Elite 7on7 in Las Vegas. "I visited their practice last Wednesday just to go watch and see how they work out there.
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"I see myself fitting in there as long as they pass the ball. Any program that passes the ball I could see myself doing well there."
Denson, who is also hearing from Oklahoma, said he was impressed by first-year coach Rich Rodriguez and how he runs practice. It could be a big thing moving forward as Denson considers all his options.
"They expect the very best of you every play, every second," Denson said. "They don't like you to slack off at all. They want you to go 100 percent every time."
Arizona State has also offered but Denson has had only limited involvement with first-year coach Todd Graham and his coaching staff so far in his recruitment.
After receiving the offer in the last couple weeks, Denson has not heard much more from the Sun Devils.
"The last time I talked to them was about 10 days ago," Denson said. "That's when I received the offer and I haven't heard from them since.
"I was thinking about going up there but right now I'm just taking it slow."
In his sophomore season, Denson finished with 957 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns. He also had five interceptions including three he returned for scores.