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Such is the way of the recruiting world — just because a player commits does not mean they are off-limits to other coaches
Four-star offensive lineman Michael Eletise received a good luck note from ASU offensive line coach Chris Thomsen before Eletise’s Kaiser team defeated Honolulu McKinley 32-0 on Friday night to improve its record to 2-3.
Eletise, one of the most significant recruits in Rich Rodriguez’s Class of 2016, committed to Arizona on July 27 and has not shown any wavering in his choice.
He regularly posts supportive Tweets of the Arizona program such as this one:
— Michael Eletise (@MichaelEletise) August 9, 2015
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WildcatAuthority.com’s Jason Scheer, an insightful reporter in the Scout.com network, responded to Eletise’s Tweet of the note from Thomsen. “No secrets on that one,” Scheer wrote in his Tweet, referencing a continued effort by Thomsen to reach out to Eletise in case the lineman has second thoughts (which again does not appear likely).