Arizona Football unveils their locker room renovations

With fall camp around the corner for Arizona Football, the Wildcats have officially unveiled their new locker room renovations. 

“If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good.” Deion Sanders said that, and for Arizona Football, hopefully, that reigns true as the Wildcats have invested roughly $15 million into the program in the last 15 months to rebrand and enhance their image and to make their facilities some of the best in the conference.

It first started a few months ago when Arizona moved forward in completing turf renovations inside Arizona Stadium, replacing their old and outdated artificial playing surface, with a new synthetic material.

That project wrapped up over a week ago, and luckily for us, the improvements haven’t stopped there as on Monday afternoon, the Wildcats announced more off-field improvements.

Making it known via social media, Arizona Football announced renovations to their locker room and revealed their renovations much to the excitement of its players.

Teaming up with Longhorn Lockers, Arizona Football completely transformed its locker room with various improvements being made.

Thanks in part to the generous donations made by Doug and Ann Allred, Arizona was able to team up with Longhorn Lockers, the infamous locker distributor that has worked with several professional and collegiate programs to build premier, custom lockers.

The project began in May and was finally completed just ahead of fall camp, and boy do the renovations look great!

With several aesthetic and interior finishes being made throughout the facility, the Wildcats did keep the big block ‘A’ logo on the ceiling, while, also adding customized nameplates with pictures of the players over their lockers.

Overall, the locker room renovations provide a clean look, and more importantly, they give the players a bit of excitement as they head into fall camp.

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