The WildcatAuthority.com 'Recruiting Big Board' shows all recruits currently holding offers 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: 5/4/2014 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.

QB Sheriron Jones
School: Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Calif.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 185
Ranking (Pos): #230 (QB #14)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Indiana, Nebraska
Among the state’s top dual threat quarterbacks and showed a lot of promise. He’s a very good athlete who can throw inside the pocket and out. He has good, not great arm strength, throws a pretty tight ball and showed nice touch on the deep ball.
QB Travis Waller
School: Servite High School (Anaheim, Calif.)
Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 185
Ranking (Pos): #100 (QB #6)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, BYU, California, Colorado, Mississippi, Northwestern, Penn State, Tennessee, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington
Waller can beat you with his arm or his legs and is just scratching the surface of how good he’ll be down the road. He has a lot of physical tools including a live, accurate arm, accuracy on the deep ball and the mobility to extend plays or run for first down yardage. He’s also very calm in the pocket, never looks rattled and shows great poise for a young quarterback. He has good size and will have no problem filling out down the road.
RB James Williams
School: Burbank (Burbank, Calif.)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185
Ranking (Pos): #NR (RB #56)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Cal, Washington State
Explosive player that also has the speed to turn the corner. One of the more underrated backs in the west and his stock will keep rising.
RB Paul Lucas
School: Mountain Pointe (Phoenix.)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 180
Ranking (Pos): #NR (RB #55)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Utah, Washington
"Paul has always been a running back and Paul is a really good back with great speed, but he’s move of an outside guy," head coach Paul Vaughan said. "If we asked him to block, he’s probably not going to make a very good block. He’s a little light, not very strong right now, but he’s got pretty good strength for his size. He’s adding weight, but he’s still pretty small. He’s a great outside runner and he’s also a great receiver. He catches the ball great out of the backfield.
RB Orlando Bradford
School: Calvary Baptist (Shreveport, LA.)
Height: 5-9
Weight: 195
Ranking (Pos): #NR (RB #)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Tennessee
Knack for the big play and does a good job of keeping his feet moving when hit by a defender. Needs to increase his speed, but still remains dangerous.
WR Darick Holmes
School: Newbury Park (Newbury Park, Calif.)
Height: 5-9
Weight: 175
Ranking (Pos): #NR (WR #47)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Colorado, UCLA
Actually has the ability to play numerous positions, but Arizona likes him at wide receiver. Explosive playmaker that burst onto the scene his sophomore year.
WR Terrence Johnson
School: Cienega High School (Vail, Ariz..)
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Ranking (Pos): #NR (S #)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona
Johnson is a good athlete that is able to play a variety of positions. Recently offered at Junior Day.
WR Cedric Peterson
School: Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Calif.)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Ranking (Pos): #NR (CB #58)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, California, Colorado, Indiana, Nebraska, Washington State
Explosive athlete thast can play numerous positions. Most schools project him as a receiver because of his ability to make plays, hands, and overall strength.
WR Ykili Ross
School: Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 185
Ranking (Pos): #180 (CB #25)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, California, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Texas Tech, UCLA, USC, Washington
Can play wide receiver, corner, or safety in college. Best fit may be on offense, where he can hang on to the ball through contact and has the speed to get deep as well.
WR Chico McClatcher
School: Federal Way (Federal Way, Wash.)
Height: 5-9
Weight: 185
Ranking (Pos): #NR (WR #42)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State
Projects as a running back or slot receiver at the college level. Amassed 33 TDs and more than 3,000 all-purpose yards as a junior in 2013 en route to all-class All-State honors from the Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune. Also named first-team Class 4A All-State by the Associated Press at both running back and return specialist. Named All-Area at running back by the News Tribune and All-Area by the Times at "athlete."
WR Jaylinn Hawkins
School: Buena Park High School (Buena Park, Calif.)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 164
Ranking (Pos): #207 (WR #28)
Rating:
Offered: California, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State
Talented two-way player that is likely going to see the majority of his offers on offense. Has dominated numerous camps and could see his recruitment explode this summer
WR Lavan Alston
School: St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 175
Ranking (Pos): #266 (WR #33)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, California, Oregon State, Vanderbilt
Pure speed, but getting there as a wide receiver. Once he improves his route running and catching ability, could emerge as one of the best receivers in the west. Potential is definitely there.
WR Aaron Frazier
School: Hilton Head (Hilton Head, SC.)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 180
Ranking (Pos): # (WR #)
Rating: NR
Offered: Arizona
Under the radar receiver who can make plays. Most likely a slot guy at the next level, but has grown in the past year or so.
TE Ricky McCoy
School: Bullard (Fresno, Calif.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 240
Ranking (Pos): #NR (TE #43)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Washington, Oregon State
McCoy has the size of a defensive lineman, but the hands of a wide receiver. He is a major matchup nightmare, especially if Arizona plans on lining him up wide.
TE Jamie Nunley
School: Vista Murrieta (Murietta, Calif.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 212
Ranking (Pos): #NR (TE #24)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Boise State, Colorado, Duke
There's a good chance he would be a big receiver in Arizona's system. Has been timed at 4.6 and lines up at both tight end and wide receiver in high school.
OL Keenan Walker
School: Chaparral (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
Height: 6-6
Weight: 280
Ranking (Pos): #91 (OT #8)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, Texas, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC
Walker is the top tackle in the West and completely looks the part. He is long, with a great frame, and generally just a very good body. He has great footwork with good quick hands and a nice reach. He has really natural knee bend, and has good flexibility. His technique is good, but could also use some work. Naturally, though, he's very gifted.
OL Alex Kosinski
School: Redwood High School (Larkspur, Calif.)
Height: 6-5
Weight: 270
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona, Air Force
Somewhat raw, but already shows good skill. Has good footwork and a nasty streak to him. Plays to the whistle and finishes blocks.
OL Clayton Johnston
School: Servite (Anaheim, Calif.)
Height: 6-6
Weight: 285
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #35)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, California, San Diego State, Utah, Washington State
Has an ideal tackle frame and looks exactly how you would draw it up. He’s a well built 6-6, 280 pounds, with long arms and plenty of room to add as much weight as he’ll need down the line.
OL Cade Cote
School: Williams Field High School (Gilbert, Ariz.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 270
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #85)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State
Cote was offered at Arizona's Junior Day. Versatile lineman that can get upfield and has a lot of potential.
OL Harper Sherman
School: New Westminster Academy (New Westminster, BC.)
Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 260
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Nevada
Athletic and hard worker. Great attitude and technique, but needs to develop a nasty streak.
OL Isaiah Trevino
School: Kingsburg (Kingsburg, Calif.)
Height: 6-6
Weight: 320
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OT #)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Fresno State, Hawaii, Washington state
Idea size for a lineman, but also has good footwork. Little raw, but future is bright.
OL Cody Creason
School: Folsom (Folson, Calif..)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 270
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OG #28)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah, Washington State
Good athleticism, but his mentality is most impressive. Never takes a play off and finishes blocks until the end.
DL Finton Connolly
School: Campo Verde High School (Gilbert, AZ.)
Height: 6-3
Weight: 255
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DT #)
Rating:
Committed: Arizona
Offered: Arizona
Connolly has good size and a frame to get bigger, uses his hands well and has showed the ability to flip his hips. Has a high motor and is a dominant lineman at this level.
DL Kahlil McKenzie
School: De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 310
Ranking (Pos): #10 (DT #3)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Duke, Illinois, Miami, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Washington, Washington State, Wisconsin
At 6-foot-4 and 305-pounds, McKenzie was a load in the middle of the Spartan defensive line. He’s a naturally strong athlete who moves around well and can take on a double team and still collapse the pocket. He’s already good with his hands and as he continues to improve, he has a chance to be a very good player at the next level.
DL Jason Scrempos
School: Milpitas (Milpitas, Calif.)
Height: 6-6
Weight: 250
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DE #89)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Washington, Washington State
Has averaged about 90 tackles and ten sacks in the past two season. Huge kid with the frame to become an offensive lineman down the road.
DL Raequan Williams
School: Gordon Tech (Chicago,Ill.)
Height: 6-5
Weight: 265
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DE #38)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Illinois, Iowa, Penn State
Good athlete with great hand-eye coordination, as shown by his basketball skills. Very good size as well.
DL Jacob Daniel
School: Clovis North (Fresno, Calif.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 298
Ranking (Pos): #50 (DT #8)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin
At a rock solid 6-4, 300 pounds, Daniel is a pure tackle all the way and a very good one. He’s everything you want in a tackle prospect and has unlimited upside. Daniel has that great frame, naturally strong, a quick first step, uses his hands very well and can get up the field. He's a wide body who will require a double team and as long as he continues to work hard off the field and maintains his motor, Daniel should be a special player.
DL Joseph Wicker
School: Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.)
Height: 6-4
Weight: 255
Ranking (Pos): #146 (DE #21)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Miami, Washington
One of the anchors of the Jackrabbits' front seven, Wicker shined in a reserve role last year, with good stats for not being a full-time starter, but is poised for a monster year, especially with a terrific secondary behind him allowing him more time to get to the quarterback. A one-time Washington commit, Wicker has the size and quickness off the ball coaches love in an end.
DL Tevita Mounga
School: Vista Murrieta (Murietta, Calif.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 290
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DT #42)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, BYU, Colorado, Utah, Washington, Washington State
Nose guard that can squat 405 and bench 305. BYU considered team to beat.
DL Caleb Peart
School: Chandler Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 230
Ranking (Pos): #NR (DE #44)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Nevada, Northwestern, Utah
Has played on Hamilton's varsity squad since he was a freshman and already has been named all-state twice. Very sound technically. Uses hands and well and has a good motor, rarely seen loafing and can get to the quarterback. Thick and strong. Good in both the run and pass game. Biggest knock is going to be his height, if Peart were 6-5, he would have every offer in the country.
LB Kyahva Tezino
School: Bishop Mora Salesian (Los Angeles.)
Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 200
Ranking (Pos): #216 (OLB #16)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, California, Colorado State, Houston, Miami, SMU, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State
Often overshadowed by his two teammates in the Scout 300 for the 2014 class, both linebackers, Tezino may be the best college prospect of them all, with tremendous athleticism, size and innate ability to deliver big hits.
LB Dedrick Young
School: Centennial (Peoria, AZ.)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 214
Ranking (Pos): #NR (OLB #32)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona
Very tough and physical player. Has all of the measurables in size, strength and speed. Has the chance to be a special player.
LB Khaylan Thomas
School: Etiwanda High School (Etiwanda, Calif.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
Ranking (Pos): #214 (MLB #9)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Colorado, Oregon State, Washington State
Outside linebacker that plays with an edge. One of the hardest hitters in the west.
LB Cameron Smith
School: Granite Bay (Granite Bay, Calif.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 247
Ranking (Pos): #67 (MLB #2)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, Washington State, Wisconsin
Smith is a prototype middle linebacker who kills the run game, is smart enough to make every defensive call and has off the chart leadership skills. He had almost 200 tackles as a sophomore and is arguably the most instinctive player in the region. At 6-2, 250 pounds, he’s an absolute load, but moves around very well for his size. He'll need to improve his overall foot speed and make sure his weight doesn't get too high, but he's a player.
LB Ben Burr-Kirven
School: Sacred Heart Prep (Atherton, Calif.)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 220
Ranking (Pos): #NR (MLB #37)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Northwestern, Utah
Great feel for the game. Can play close to the line or drop into coverage. Size is a concern, but he tends to make up for it with sideline to sideline ability.
S Antonio Parks
School: East Saint John (Reserve, LA.)
Height: 5-10
Weight: 177
Ranking (Pos): #NR (S #)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Arizona State, Clemson, Duke, Iowa State, Southern Mississippi
Commitment to Clemson likely coming. Has a natural ability to stop the run coming off the safety position. Can also be moved around to other positions on defense, though safety is most natural.
CB Dameon Baber
School: Palmdale (Palmdale, Calif.)
Height: 5-10
Weight: 170
Ranking (Pos): #NR (CB #)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Nevada
Can get out in space quickly and has a knack for the ball. Playmaker on the defensive side of the ball.
CB Dechaun Holiday
School: Mission Hills High School (San Marcos, Calif.)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
Ranking (Pos): #73 (CB #11)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Nebraska, San Diego State, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State
You don’t see too many corners with the raw, physical gifts that Holiday has. He shows good cover skills and very good athleticism. For a tall, lanky corner, Holiday has good balance and is a natural athlete.
CB Ryan Pulley
School: Riverdale (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Ranking (Pos): #NR (CB #60)
Rating:
Offered: Arizona, Florida State, Indiana, Louisville, Michigan State, UCF, USF
Big, physical corner that has enough speed to stay there against the spread. Athletic enough to play offense, but future likely on the defensive side.

UPDATE NOTES:

5/4/14: Players without offers taken off, all new offers with interested are listed.