Beginning to turn its focus to the 2025 recruiting class, Arizona Football has received a commitment from 2025 dual-threat quarterback, Dash Beierly.
Arizona Football may soon be wrapping up its 2024 recruiting class which naturally means they are starting to turn its focus to 2025.
And on the heels of knocking off its fourth AP-ranked opponent this season, Arizona made news on Sunday afternoon as they received a commitment from 2025 dual-threat quarterback, Dash Beierly.
Considered one of the better quarterback prospects in the country, Dash picked the Wildcats despite receiving offers from BYU, Hawaii, California, Miami, Minnesota, Oregon State, and Washington among others.
A talented athlete, Dash hails from Chaparral High School in Temecula, CA, and coming in, he should bring a wealth of skill and athleticism to the Wildcats quarterbacking group.
Standing a 6-feet-1-inch and weighing 215 pounds, Dash Beierly is a solid pick-up for Jedd Fisch and Arizona Football.
A standout at Chaparral High School, Dash’s athleticism and strength make him one of the better quarterback prospects in the country, and overall, he has a lot of zip on the football. He can stand in the pocket and make the tough throw, or he can tuck it and run to pick up the tough yardage.
Overall, this is a solid pick-up for the Wildcats, and under coach Fisch’s guidance, he could be a real playmaker for the Cats! Dash is a special talent with a great arm, and just by looking at his film, there is a lot to like. He appears to be an immediate playmaker when steps on the field!