Arizona Wildcats football: Junior college cornerback commits to UA

2013-06-06T18:50:00Z 2013-06-06T20:38:21Z Arizona Wildcats football: Junior college cornerback commits to UADaniel Berk Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
June 06, 2013 6:50 pm  • 

It appears recruiting season has officially arrived for the Arizona Wildcats.

The UA landed a commitment from junior college cornerback Patrick Glover tonight. He’s the third player to commit to the Wildcats since Sunday.

Glover, who prepped at Mesa Mountain View High School before enrolling at Scottsdale Community College, received an offer from the UA in late May. After taking an unofficial visit to the UA on Thursday, the cornerback decided to pull the trigger.

The Wildcats were the first Pac-12 program to offer him.

Glover, who has one season of eligibility remaining at Scottsdale CC, is the seventh player to commit to the UA for 2014 and just the second defensive player.

The UA has been busy lately adding pieces to its recruiting class.

On Sunday, the UA received a commitment from Oregon high school wide receiver Jordan Morgan. Wednesday, coach Rich Rodriguez received his first commitment from a defender when California high school safety Devon Brewer pledged to the Wildcats.

The first four members of the 2014 class, Salpointe Catholic wide receiver Cameron Denson, Florida high school tight end Nick Nataro, Fresno, Calif., running back Nick Wilson and Washington D.C., running back Jonathan Haden, all committed over a more than five-month span.

Now the UA has landed three players in five days.

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