Continuing to build their recruiting class for 2024, Arizona Football has received a commitment in Sacramento-area Safety, Kingston Lopa.
While Arizona Football is putting its final touches on the recruiting class for 2023, head coach Jedd Fisch and the Wildcats are already putting a ton of focus on the recruiting class of 2024.
Making news on Monday afternoon, Arizona landed its third commitment in the class of 2024, adding three-star safety, Kingston Lopa.
Announcing his commitment via social media, Lopa picked the Wildcats despite reportedly receiving interest from Michigan, Colorado, Arizona State, LSU, and Oregon among others.
A high-level prospect in the class of 2024, Kingston is a steadily-rising defensive prospect that hails from Grant Union High School in Sacramento, CA.
Standing 6-feet-4-inches and weighing 185 pounds, Kingston Lopa will add immediate depth and talent to the defensive secondary for Arizona Football.
Year two proved to many, that coach Fisch is not afraid to compete against bigger programs for top recruits.
And in the class of 2023, the Wildcats went defensive-heavy, adding several transfers from the portal, as well as adding a healthy mix of high school players. But on defense is where the Wildcats added the most talent.
So far in the class of 2024, it seems like Fisch is trying to balance out both sides of the ball.
Joining fellow 2024 commits Brandon Phelps and Jordan Washington, Kingston is skilled with great size, instincts, and playmaking ability. Overall, he is very talented, and with his size, he has the potential to play linebacker at the next level!
This is a kid that could have a big impact with the Wildcats and he is a HUGE addition to the class of 2024! Here is just a small preview of what we could see in Tucson!