The lineman isn't the first college football player in his family.
The coach said differences with the administration factor into his decision.
He posted a 30-24 record over five seasons with the Blue Devils.
Rhett threw for 2,503 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior.
If there was ever a reason to think Rich Rodriguez might be sticking around Tucson long-term, news about Arizona's latest recruit commitment should aid that belief.
Departures of defensive coordinator, D-line coach may affect UA's 2016 recruiting efforts.
One player, one coach among 233 honored from 32 different schools.
Here's a player-by-player look at area's best.
Here's a look at the 5 finalists for Southern Arizona's player of the year.
Here's a look at the Star's football players of the year since 1999.
He's joining five former Southern Arizona products already playing for the Lumberjacks.
The three-time Super Bowl champion played on Amphi's 1975 state championship team.
The Star's Daniel Gaona revisits his 2015 high school football predictions.
The Lions (13-1) won 13 straight games, including the state championship.
Check out the Star's favorite photos from the 2015 high school football season.
SCOTTSDALE — After the late-game dramatics over the last few weeks, Pusch Ridge Christian’s football team became quite familiar with living on the edge. It was just a matter of waiting for a spark at the right moment.
Nov. 28: No. 3 Pusch Ridge Christian 14, No. 8 Phoenix Northwest Christian 7
Bobcats surrender 20 consecutive second-half points, fall to Joy Christian.
Breakdowns of the Division IV and V title matchups in Scottsdale.
The Lions (12-1) take an 12-game winning streak into their state championship game Saturday.
The 5-foot-7-inch, 170-pound sophomore is a standout on the football field.
Lamar Lovett break dances, brings the house down after every win.
Benson’s Chris Determan and Pusch Ridge's Troy Cropp take the stage for the first time this weekend.
Arizona Stadium hosts title games Saturday; Benson, Pusch Ridge play in Scottsdale.
After fumbling twice earlier in the game, Pusch Ridge Christian sophomore Tamerat McLeod found the strength to kick a 27-yard game-winning field goal to beat Lake Havasu 17-14 in overtime. The kick advanced the Lions to the Division IV state championship. By Chuck Constantino / Arizona Daily Star
The top-seeded Bobcats tallied six interceptions, won 14-12.