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Signing Day 2007...The Defensive Tackles

Signing Day 2007...The Defensive Tackles

Everyone knows that defenses are built from the front to the back. In order to have a dominant defense it is vital to have a strong force up front to be able to stop the run and pressure the quarterback. Through the years the Arizona Football program has had more than their fair share of studs up front. Names like Van Tuinei, Rob Waldrop and Jim Hoffman come to mind.

The Wildcats have seen a slight resurgence of late in the play of the interior defensive linemen. They have been able to add key depth at the position and have, for the most part, been able to stay healthy up front. Names like Yaniv Barnett and Lionel Dotson have become mainstays along the line and have been impressive. When the Arizona coaching staff received the Letters of Intent from Hans...

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