High-profiled quarterback Clay Millen commits to Arizona

Continuing to make progress in the class of 2021, the Arizona Football team got another commitment, this time from high-profiled quarterback, Clay Millen!

Arizona Football is starting to see some success on the recruiting trail! In recent weeks the Wildcats have added some crucial pieces, however, on Friday they added another, this time it’s quarterback, Clay Millen.

Considered a three-star, borderline four-star quarterback, Millen is the talented signal caller hailing from Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, WA, which is just outside the Seattle area.

Ranked as the No. 19 overall pro-style quarterback in the class, Millen is also considered to be the No. 11 overall player in State.

His commitment on Friday is a big one, not only because of his ranking, but he is another, talented signal caller that will be on Arizona’s roster. He will immediately help beef up Arizona’s depth at QB, and he will also create plenty of competition at the position, which is always a good thing to have.

The news of Millen’s commitment made the rounds via social media, and we are surely excited. Millen decided to pick the Cats over offers from; Colorado, Indiana, Oregon, Oregon State and UNLV among others.

He is a sturdy, 6-feet-3-inches and comes in weighing roughly 188 pounds according to 247Sports. That’s a good size frame to have in a quarterback!

Early in his career, Millen has been a star at Mount Si High, accounting for over 3,000 yards on 259 completions in 365 attempts (71 percent), with 34 touchdowns to just one interception according to Maxpreps.

While the numbers are impressive, on film he looks just as great. He shows a lot of confidence in the pocket and possesses a strong and active arm.

Clay is confident, poised and looks very fluid with the football. He can really sling it all over the field, something that wouldn’t be bad to have at Arizona!

At Zona Zealots, we are excited with the addition of Clay and can’t wait to see him finally arrive to Tucson! As always, Bear Down, Arizona!

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