Even though Logan Stott is still in his sophomore year the St. George (Utah) Pine View offensive guard already knows where he's headed for college.
Arizona was always the favorite for Stott and once the Wildcats offered the 2013 recruit made an early commitment.
"They've been talking to me for about the last month," Stott said. "They thought I was a fierce player, they thought I was a competitor so they liked me from the get-go. They liked my highlight film and they decided to offer me.
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"It was not a hard decision. I was definitely waiting for the offer from Arizona. The history, it's a great campus, it's a great place to go to school and there is great weather there."
Oregon, Utah, TCU and Utah State were four other programs showing interest in Stott but Arizona was always the favorite and his decision-making process was not a tough one once the Wildcats offered.
Stott's father attended Arizona, his grandfather taught at the school and his sister currently goes there.
A 6-foot-3, 300-pound prospect, Stott has started on the varsity level since the first game of his freshman season - 21 straight contests - and has been impressive at numerous National Underclassmen Combines. Stott led his team in pancake blocks and allowed no sacks during his sophomore year.
He said getting his recruiting done so soon comes as a massive relief.
"I'm still going to work hard in school and work hard in the off-season but I don't have to worry about going to impress other people because I have everything I need right now and I can just work on being the best player I can be," Stott said.