Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles hauled in 10 catches for 153 yards as one of the weapons in the prolific Tucson High School offense in 2013. He did most of his damage, though, on the defensive end, earning a spot on the Star’s All-Southern Arizona first team.

Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star 2013

Tucson High wide receiver and defensive back Demetrius Flannigan verbally committed to the Arizona Wildcats today, less than three week after receiving his first Division I offer from them. 

The 6-foot-3-inch 180-pound senior is rated as a two-star recruit by recruiting services and was offered by the UA earlier this summer at its one-day prospect camp.

“The UA has kind of always been a school I’ve wanted to go to, so it’s a blessing to get my first offer from them," Flannigan told the Star earlier this month. “As a kid, you go to the UA games, and you get all excited so it’d mean a lot to put on that red, blue and white.”

The UA recruited Flannigan as a safety. As a junior last fall, the corner was a first-team All-Southern Arizona selection by the Star and had five pass breakups.

Read more in Thursday's Arizona Daily Star.