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Courtesy of azdesertswarm.com

The 6-foot-5, 300 pound standout from Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) is currently up to five offers, and Arizona joins Arizona State, Fresno State, Colorado State, and San Diego State as the schools vying for his services.

https://twitter.com/Ajay_Frost/status/878377961124003840

Frost does have legitimate interest in the ‘Cats and Brown has been in his ear about Arizona.

“From what Coach [Marcel] Yates and [Josh Brown] have said, it sounds awesome,” Frost said. “I can’t wait.”

Frost plays both offensive and defensive line in high school, but said schools are looking at him to play along the offensive front. He said he’s fine playing on either side of the ball.


“The best aspect of my game is my toughness,” Frost said. “I feel like I can take anyone on.”

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Need this one and have a better chance here than anywhere else.

Offline thomallet

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Need this one and have a better chance here than anywhere else.

Are you saying he could really come to Arizona?

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People call it pipelines but it really does take time to build relationships in an area to get a recruiting advantage in local areas. Having ties like friends and family are important in getting it going. The biggest thing is still the coaching staff and the school. School includes facilities, majors, distance, and other structural items. The staff has to build the connnection period. Look at the Harris brothers. It took a bit to get the first, but no guarantees we get the second and they are legacy recruits. They want some real love too! Once we start pulling players from known programs like Poly and Mater Dei, the staff have to stay with it. Make a constant presences in that school. Then the connection is established and the so called pipeline grows. We had that with the Samoan kids for some time but have just about lost that. Wish we still had the Haka going.

Yes we have a shot here, but he needs to be the staff's big priority if they want him.

 


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