Our tracking of local Class of 2021 football prospects receiving college scholarship offers was a means to show what Southern Arizona has to offer in overall talent.
AllSportsTucson.com is expanding that list to include athletes of all the sports involving Class of 2022, 2023 and 2024 (freshmen, sophomores and juniors in the 2020-21 school year).
The most recent development is former Arizona commit Treyson Bourguet, a Class of 2022 QB at Salpointe, receiving an offer from BYU. He also has scholarship offers from Columbia, Idaho and Vanderbilt. Bourguet decommitted from Arizona when Kevin Sumlin and offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone were let go in December. He took an unofficial recruiting visit of Northwestern’s campus last weekend.
— Treyson Bourguet (@treysonbourguet) June 8, 2021
Class of 2022 Scholarship Offers
|Alessandro Castro||Pusch Ridge||P||Nevada||Nevada
|Ryan Fontaine||Pusch Ridge||QB||Bethel|
|Hayden Hallett||Pusch Ridge||QB||Wis-River Falls|
|Tamia Clardy||Tucson||PG||Cal Maritime|
|Alani Encinas||Buena||PG||Portland State||Portland State
|Kyrie Denny||Catalina Foothills||P||Cornell||Cornell
|Rylie Krane||Catalina Foothills||SS||Wisconsin||Wisconsin
|Haidyn Warner||Ironwood Ridge||C||Nebraska||Nebraska
— Alani Encinas (@encinas_alani) November 14, 2020
Class of 2023 Scholarship Offers
|Jack Endean||Tanque Verde||DT||Arizona|
I am blessed to have received my FIRST offer from the University Of Arizona! All glory to the man above. Thank you @CoachJeddFisch @brennanpcarroll @CoachPart @coachBSanders18 @HawksVerde @IMPACTTRAINAZ @RonTBAOL pic.twitter.com/siQl93btSp
— Jack Endean (@JackEndean_74) April 9, 2021
Class of 2024 Scholarship Offers
.@LuisCord2024 of @SCLancerNation now one of three prominent Class of 2024 local linemen who have been offered a scholarship by Arizona coach Jedd Fisch, a promising recruiting direction by Fisch and staff for top Southern Arizona prospects. https://t.co/eZ2mW03zYb
— Javier Morales (@JavierJMorales) June 8, 2021
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