After yet another change of heart, former Arizona Football wide receiver Ma’Jon Wright is returning to the Wildcats after transferring from Middle Tennessee State.
If you have been paying attention to the busy Arizona Football off-season, it has been a weird past few months for former Wildcat wide receiver Ma’Jon Wright.
As you may recall, Ma’Jon initially decided to transfer from the Arizona Football program following the firing of Kevin Sumlin, but quickly changed his mind when head coach Jedd Fisch was hired in late December.
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Unfortunately, that return was short-lived as Ma’Jon put his name right back into the portal, ultimately opting to go to Middle Tennessee State with seemingly no other legitimate options at hand.
Well, after a short time spent away from Tucson, Ma’Jon announced once again that he would be transferring.
With all the drama that has been surrounding the Arizona Football program lately, as fate would have it, Ma’Jon Wright will be returning to Tucson once more and will be enrolling in June.
Wildcat Authority site editor Jason Scheer broke the news via social media, and the movement from Wright caps off a wild journey for the young receiver.
Originally a stand-out from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, FL in the class of 2020, Ma’Jon came to Tucson committing to Sumlin and the Wildcats and quickly made an impact.
Even in a year in which the Wildcats went an abysmal 0-5 on the season, Wright was one of the few bright spots, finishing the year with 15 catches, 176 yards, and a touchdown.
With the Wildcats’ needs at just about every position, getting that kind of talent and production back would be huge for Arizona. Ma’Jon showed a lot of promise, and he could be a big-time player for the Cats.
However, it being a ways until the Summer, we imagine Wright is going to have some work to do before even getting back in with the team. Until then, we are excited about his return!