Wilson still being pursued

Nick Wilson remains happily committed to Arizona but that doesn't mean other programs have shut off from recruiting him.
The Fresno (Calif.) Central East four-star running back who looked good at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles said UCLA is coming after him the hardest and that Washington, Arizona State and Fresno State have not slowed down, either.
"I'm still pretty committed to Arizona and a lot of schools are still coming hard like UCLA," Wilson said. "Some of them are determined not to give up on my recruitment so we'll see how it goes but I'm still committed to Arizona.
"As of right now, they understand I'm committed to Arizona but they said they're not going to give up on my recruitment until it's all said and done."
The 6-foot, 191-pound prospect said he gets the impression all those programs, but especially the Bruins, will continue recruiting him up to National Signing Day in February.
That means a lot of long months of hearing from other programs while staying committed to the Wildcats but that's how Wilson sees it playing out.
The Fresno Central East standout said he doesn't plan to take any other official visits other than Arizona unless something unforeseen happens. With that approach, it might be tough for other teams to crack through in his recruitment.
"I'm looking to stay away from that," Wilson said. "As of right now I'm going to take my official visit to Arizona and that will probably be it unless I see something really dramatic changing. That would be the only reason I would look at other official visits.
"I stay in contact (Arizona) them every week. I talk to coach (Calvin) Magee, Matt Dudek and coach (Rich Rodrguez). I talk to them all the time and they're really excited about me coming and I'm really excited about going."
In total, Wilson lists offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Boise State, Cal, Fresno State, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin.