Arizona wide receiver Garic Wharton (16) heads for the end zone motoring out of the reach of Arizona State safety Chris Young (21) in the third quarter of their intrastate rivalry game at Arizona Stadium on Friday, Nov. 23, 2012, in Tucson.

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Garic Wharton is on the move.

The Arizona Wildcats receiver has left the program with one season of eligibility remaining. The Las Vegas native had 17 catches for 291 yards and two touchdowns as a redshirt junior last season. 

Wharton graduated from the UA last month and is eligible to play right away if he decides to transfer to another university. 

Wharton was a member of Mike Stoops' 2010 recruiting class and was a two-star prospect coming out of high school. Wharton was going to have a tough time finding playing time this season with several receivers in front of him on the depth chart.

Cayleb Jones, Austin Hill, Trey Griffey, David Richards, DaVonte Neal, Samajie Grant, Nate Phillips and Cameron Denson are all expected to get playing time over Wharton.

For his career, Wharton had 36 catches for 555 yards and four touchdowns. His best game last season came against USC. Wharton had two catches for 73 yards and two scores. 

Wharton is out, but defensive end Jordan Allen is officially in.

Allen, a transfer from LSU, has arrived on campus for summer workouts. He'll likely be added to the UA's online roster next month with the rest of the incoming class. 

Allen announced his transfer to Arizona in April, and should compete for playing time on the defensive line right away. 

Class of 2015 defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie, who will announce on July 10 whether he'll attend Arizona or Tennessee, will transfer high schools for his senior season.

McKenzie is rated as a five-star prospect and is ranked as the 10th best recruit in the country by the recruiting service and the top prospect in the west. 

Finally, if you didn't see them we did three videos last week with members of the Arizona Wildcats. Director of player personnel and on-campus recruiting Matt Dudek, receiver Austin Hill and safety Jared Tevis all joined us. 

Here are the links to the videos.