In one of the most shocking twists regarding Arizona Football, the Wildcats have flipped highly-touted Oregon commit, Tetairoa McMillan for 2022.
The Juice is flowing strong in Tucson as all four of the Servite High School football standouts are now officially signed, sealed, and delivered to Arizona Football with highly-touted receiver Tetairoa McMillan being the latest.
Making news on Saturday via social media, it was announced Tetairoa comitted to the Wildcats, officially flipping his commitment from Oregon to Arizona. And this is a huge pick up for obvious reasons.
Coming in as the No. 46 overall player in the class of 2022, he is also considered the No. 5 overall receiver in the class, and is the No. 4 player from the talent-rich state of California.
Of course we’ve got to be a bit thankful for the timing here. After all, this commitment likely wouldn’t be possible without the late coaching changes at Oregon, as well as the continued efforts from Arizona’s lead recruiter, Winnona Fifita (aka Noah’s mom or @MrsFeef as she is aptly known as on Twitter).
Becoming the 21st commit in the class of 2022 for Arizona Football, Tetairoa McMillan is the Wildcats’ highest-rated commitment ever.
Arizona Football has been in a funk for a while now but Jedd Fisch and staff deserve a ton of credit for putting in the effort on the recruiting trail and so far they are doing a great job in bringing in the talent needed to turn this program around.
With the addition of Tetairoa, the Wildcats move up behind Stanford for the No. 2 class in the Pac-12 and are ranked No. 23 in the country for now. And by bringing in Tetairoa, he is the type of player that is program changer!
Standing 6-feet-4-inches and weighing 185 pounds, he is a big receiver with a big frame and gives the Wildcats immediate talent, athleticism, and depth at receiver.
Coming in, he should get a lot of early looks at receiver for the Cats, as he is that special of a talent. He’s long and athletic with great speed and explosiveness, he has great hands, is terrific in space, and is also able to create plays and separation for himself.
The kid oozes talent and this is someone that should be playing football on Sunday’s in a few years. Just take a look at his film!