A busy weekend of recruiting was made busier for the Arizona football team with two verbal commitments on Sunday, Kwabena Watson and Kane Bradford, joined Derrion Clark in committing to the Wildcats over the weekend.
The first to commit was Dallas/Skyline HS defensive lineman Kane Bradford. The 6-6, 275 pounder Bradford is a relatively unsung prospect, he has yet to be rated by any of the major recruiting services, and has only begun to attract recruiting interest. Arizona and Baylor were the lone Power 5 teams to offer.
Bradford committed on an official visit this weekend and the Wildcats appear to like his size and position flexibility. Currently, Bradford has the size of a large defensive end, but his frame suggests he may be able to add bulk and also play inside.
A little while later Fresno, CA/Edison HS outside linebacker Kwabena Watson also committed to Arizona. The 6-3, 205 pounder is a 247Composite 3-star prospect, but boasts offers from LSU, USC, Oregon and more.
As a junior Watson had 60 tackles, 18 for loss, including seven sacks. He also had six pass deflections, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and a blocked field goal. As a tight end, he had four catches for 87 yards.
The pair joined Clark, a linebacker from Texas, in committing to the Wildcats on a busy weekend that saw them host a number of recruits.