One of the best safety prospects on the junior college level is Compton (Calif.) College three-star standout Ashlee Palmer (6-3, 215, 4.45). He has offers from everyone in the Pac 10 except UCLA and Stanford. Palmer had an in-house visit with Arizona and he's set up three visits.
"Coach Mike Tuiasosopo and Coach Mark Stoops were in my house on Sunday," Palmer said. "I really like Coach Tui, he recruited me out of Lynwood high school when he was at Utah."
"Coach Tui and Coach Stoops are real intense guys," Palmer said. "They told me that they're losing their top two safeties so I know if I go to Arizona, I'm going to contribute right away."
"I have already visited Ole Miss and I liked it a lot," Palmer said. "It is definitely different from California and I can see myself playing there."
"When Coach Tui and Coach Stoops were here, I set up a visit to Arizona(Dec. 9th)," Palmer said. "I'm also going to visit Washington this weekend (Dec. 2nd) and I'm going to set a visit to Nebraska."
"I don't have a leader at this time," Palmer said. "Arizona, Washington, Ole Miss and Nebraska are all even."
Whoever lands the talented Palmer will be getting a player with great vision and a knack for getting to the football.
Palmer set the Compton College single season record for interceptions with seven. His performance saw him be selected Conference Defensive Player of the Year for 2005.
Palmer signed with San Jose State out of high school, but didn't qualify. He will be a three to play three guy. He red shirted his true freshman season because he tore his meniscus and his MCL his freshman season forcing him to sit out.
Obviously, Palmer is all healed up and completely healthy.