On Wednesday, the UA announced that 10 new football players enrolled.
In addition to six junior college transfers that signed National Letters of Intent in December, a transfer from California and three players who graduated high school early, started classes Wednesday.
Former Cal offensive lineman, Freddie Tagaloa, who is 6-foot-8 and 330 pounds, is from Richmond, Calif. and transferred to Arizona. The junior played in 23 out of a possible 24 games as a Golden Bear, and made seven starts.
He will have to sit out the 2014 season, but won an appeal to transfer within the Pac-12 and play in 2015. Tagaloa was a team captain in 2013 for the Golden Bears (1-11).
Headlining the freshmen is T.J. Johnson, who is rated as a three-star receiver by Rivals and Scout, is 5-foot-8 and 165 pounds is from, Cape Coral, Fla. was PrepStar All-Southeast Region and a Lemming Top Player RB/TB selection.
Scout, is 5-foot-9 and 190 pounds comes to Arizona from Upper Marlboro, Md. Haden was a high school teammate of five-star recruit Jalen Tabor, who picked the UA over Alabama on national TV only to decommit a few days later and pick Florida.
Jonathan Haden, a three-star running back according to Rivals and
Also joining the Wildcats is kicker/punter Michael Unzicker from Palmetto, Fla.
In December, the UA announced the addition of six junior college transfers: defensive lineman Jerod Cody, cornerback Patrick Glover, offensive lineman Kaige Lawrence, quarterback Jerrard Randall, linebacker Antonio Smothers and defensive lineman Jeff Worthy.
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