The WildcatAuthority.com 'Recruiting Big Board' shows all recruits currently holding interest from Arizona and their approximate likelihood of commitment. The scale is to be interpreted as follows: Hot (50% chance or better), Warm (30%-49% chance), Cool (10%-29% chance), Cold (9% chance or less). These designations are the opinions of the WildcatAuthority.com staff using the best of their current knowledge of the Arizona recruiting landscape. This feature will be updated frequently and was last updated: 2/03/2014 See all update notes. This Hot Board reflects mostly players that currently have offers from Arizona, but does include some prospects that do not have a scholarship offer yet from the Wildcats.

2015

QB Brandon Dawkins
School: Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 215
Ranking (Pos): #NR (QB #39)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Utah
Dawkins is a tall and athletic quarterback with some of the best arm strength of any quarterback in the region.  Sometimes is inconsistent in his passing, he'll throw a rope on one play and then the next one will be under or overthrown.  He also needs to improve on going through his progressions and not locking onto his receivers
RB Nick Wilson
School: Central High East (Fresno, Calif.)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 195
Ranking (Pos): #NR (RB #29)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Boise State, California, Fresno State, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State, Wisconsin
Wilson is a powerful back who can run between the tackles, but has breakaway speed as well. He’s decisive and doesn’t try and dance around too much in the backfield, but picks a hole and goes. He can catch the ball out of the backfield, understands how to finish off a run and is always falling forward at the end of each carry.
RB Jonathan Haden
School: Edison-Friendship (Washington D.C..)
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Ranking (Pos): #NR (RB #90)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Maryland, Ohio State, Illinois, Kentucky, Syracuse, Tennessee
"He fits their scheme to a T," FCA coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim said. "He’s an outside, stretch type of runner. He can run power, he can run zone, but his speed separates himself. I feel like a Rich Rodriguez offense, when they want to run outside or a bubble or a stretch play, it’s the same. I think he fits their scheme. He reminds me of Steve Slaton, Noel Devine."
WR Cameron Denson
School: Salpointe Catholic (Tucson, AZ.)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 170
Ranking (Pos): #71 (WR #14)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington, West Virginia
He's a natural pass catcher, never fighting the ball and like so many others in this group, is a very talented defensive player as well. Denson has grown physically and as he fills out and maintains his explosive speed, there's a strong chance he could see the field from day one
WR Kaelin Deboskie
School: Salpointe Catholic (Tucson, AZ.)
Height: 5-9
Weight: 165
Ranking (Pos): #NR (WR #123)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Houston, Oklahoma State, West Virginia
Deboskie is lightning in a bottle. He is small in stature, but quick as a hiccup. Very shifty and is zero to full speed in just a few steps. Good hands and very good return man and DB, but looks like he will be a slot in college.
WR Jordan Morgan
School: Southridge (Beaverton, Ore.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 196
Ranking (Pos): #NR (WR #140)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Air Force, San Jose State, UNLV, Wyoming
He has good size, hands and runs very clean routes. He’s not a burner, but has above average speed and is so smooth in his route running that he’s able to run past a defensive back without much effort. 
WR Tony Ellison
School: Granite Bay (Granite Bay, Calif.)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 175
Ranking (Pos): #NR (WR #141)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Fresno State, Wyoming
Ellison clocked a 4.50-40, a ridiculous 3.92 shuttle and is a slick route runner. He has been well coached and has drawn raves for his ability to recognize a coverage and quickly make the proper adjustment.
TE Trevor Wood
School: Chaparral (Scottsdale, AZ.)
Height: 6-5
Weight: 235
Ranking (Pos): #NR (TE #16)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Alabama, Arizona State, Boise State, Hawaii, Kansas State, Michigan State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington
Another big, physical tight end who should be strong in the run game as well as the passing game. Wood doesn't have elite athleticism right now, but catches the ball well, uses his size to his advantage and has very soft hands. He's a true pro-style tight end that can fit in multiple systems and should be able to contribute early in his college career at Arizona.
TE Darrell Cloy
School: La Habra (La Habra, Calif.)
Height: 6-3
Weight: 220
Ranking (Pos): #NR (TE #37)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Colorado, Colorado State
Cloy shows plenty of versatility and will be able to be moved around all over the field to take advantage of mismatches. He can line up next to the box, out wide or even come out of the backfield. It wouldn’t be a surprise to even see him line up at fullback in some sets and he can be used as a blocker or as a pass catcher out of the backfield.
OL Layth Friekh
School: Centennial (Peoria, AZ.)
Height: 6-5
Weight: 260
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #51)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon State, Washington
Tall, long and athletic. Those are three of the best words used to describe an offensive tackle prospect; Friekh is all three. A true left tackle prospect because of his athletic ability and feet. Very well coached. Centennial OL coach Joe McDonald has done a great job developing his players over the years. Friekh is far from a finished product though; needs to add bulk and strength.
OL Jordan Poland
School: La Jolla Country Day School (La Jolla, Calif.)
Height: 6-8
Weight: 335
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #58)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, San Diego State, USC
He's a mammoth lineman who looks like he could still be growing. He plays on both sides of the ball and moves around pretty well for big man, but the concern is will he eventually outgrow the position? In college, he'll be going against opposing rush ends who can fly off the edge, so Poland needs to continue to work on his overall feet and athleticism.
OL Levi Walton
School: North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers, Fla.)
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Ranking (Pos): # (OG #)
Rating: NR
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Indiana, Central Florida, South Florida
Walton has a ton of potential. He is more explosive than he was a year ago and has grown two inches and gained nearly 30 pounds. He looks like he still has room for growth and moves around nicely for a big man.
DL Marquis Ware
School: Bishop Mora Salesian (Los Angeles.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
Ranking (Pos): #252 (OLB #23)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Boise State, California, Colorado, Florida State, Miami, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Oregon State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Washington State, Wisconsin
Ware could play a myriad of positions in college, inside or outside linebacker, grow into a defensive end or even play tight end.  One of the most versatile players in the region, Ware oozes upside.  He's a good athlete with good speed and his best football is still ahead of him. He missed all of the spring and summer and that hurt his stock somewhat, but when healthy, there is no doubt Ware is one of the elite prospects in the region.
DL Sharif Williams
School: Central High East (Fresno, Calif.)
Height: 6-3
Weight: 320
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DT #57)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Fresno State, Houston, San Diego State, San Jose State,
Williams is big, strong and very physical. He projects as an interior lineman and could fit as a true nose guard or a defensive tackle. He moves around very well, is light on his feet and shows the strength to bull rush an opposing guard and the lateral mobility to run around him. Williams closes well and is incredibly strong in his lower body, as he set a Central school record squatting 610 pounds.
DL Marcus Griffin
School: Bellevue (Bellevue, Wash..)
Height: 6-3
Weight: 292
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DT #28)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, California, Cincinnati, Mississippi State, South Florida, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Colorado State, Nevada
Griffin has good size for a tackle, a great motor and moves very well. He has been well coached, plays with great technique and knows how to use his hands to get blockers off him.
LB Jamardre Cobb
School: Bishop Mora Salesian (Los Angeles.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 215
Ranking (Pos): #183 (MLB #9)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Boise State, California, Colorado, Florida State, Miami, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Washington State, Wisconsin
Cobb has the versatility to play inside or outside and can even swing over and play some fullback or tight end on the offensive side of the ball. He has the body to play inside at the next level and will easily be able to carry 240 pounds comfortably. He's a rugged player, very tough and physical and can deliver a blow. He's a natural leader, very smart and has all the qualities you want in a player leading your defense.
S Devon Brewer
School: Central High East (Fresno, Calif.)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 175
Ranking (Pos): #NR (S #47)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Houston, Nevada, San Diego State, UNLV
Brewer is a head hunter and one of the biggest hitters in the state. He's equally sound in pass defense and run support and has above average cover skills and instincts. With his physical style of play and dread locks flowing out the back of his helmet, Brewer is an intimidating presence on the field. He's a natural leader and his fiery play and emotion can help carry a defense.
S J.R. Hunt
School: Chandler (Chandler, AZ.)
Height: 6-3
Weight: 180
Ranking (Pos): #NR (S #86)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado State
Physical, always looking for the big hit. Has the frame to bulk up and become a linebacker or bandit/spur. Very active in the run game.
CB Jace Whittaker
School: Oceanside (Oceanside, Calif.)
Height: 5-9
Weight: 150
Ranking (Pos): #NR (WR #189)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Boise State, Nevada, San Diego State, Washington State
Two-way standout who can play receiver or corner at the next level. He’s an explosive athlete who jumped 38" in the vertical at the NIKE SPARQ Combine in Long Beach in March.
CB Rodney Carr
School: Bishop Mora Salesian (Los Angeles.)
Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 183
Ranking (Pos): #NR (CB #68)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Colorado State, Houston, San Jose State
Carr may not have the highlight reels that the other Salesian prospects did, but he is arguably one of their most consistent players. He is in on just about every play on defense as a safety, doing a good job when playing up in the box and stopping the run, and also making some good tackles down field. He's got great closing speed and very good ball skills.
CB Kwesi Mashack
School: Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.)
Height: 5-10
Weight: 182
Ranking (Pos): #NR (CB #52)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona
Mashack has a good frame and is built like a tank. He’s very physical and strong, especially in his upper body and is gifted athletically as well. He can run and jump and plays with good technique as well. Mashack is very competitive as well and will battle you all game.
ST Josh Pollack
School: Highland Park (Highland Park, Ill..)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160
Ranking (Pos): #NR (K #)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona
Pollack has the ability to be used as both a kicker and a punter, but will only have punting duties upon arriving at Arizona.

UPDATE NOTES:

2/03/14: Changes to Marcus Griffin.