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Ten new football players enroll

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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