Quarterback Matt Scott will try to become the latest Arizona Wildcats player taken in the NFL Draft when the three-day event begins this week. Here's a look at the UA's 14 draft picks since 2008.
Ka'Deem Carey thought about playing for ASU, but decided to be a Wildcat. "At the end of the day, the red and blue just fits me more," he said.
Ka'Deem Carey took a last-minute visit to Arizona State in January 2011, his faith in his hometown Arizona Wildcats wavering, if only for a minute.
All his young life, David Richards dreamed of starring in a nationally televised football game.
It had been 50 years, 4 months and 23 days since an Arizona Wildcats starting quarterback was last drafted by an NFL team. Nick Foles could wait one more round.
Juron Criner arrived in Tucson four years ago as an enigma — a one-time basketball prospect who overcame a hardscrabble childhood, discovered football and earned a Division I scholarship to a program in desperate need of wide receivers. He was a quiet kid with jaw-dropping athletic ability a…
For four years, he was known simply as "Two-Star" - too small to be taken seriously and too undervalued to be properly appreciated. Look at Trevin Wade now.
Despite being a two-star recruit, Trevin Wade had a solid career at UA, including this interception return for a TD against Iowa as a junior.
Dan Buckner is one wisecracking wideout, always quick with a witty remark or some good-natured smack-talk.
Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Juron Criner is dressed and
expected to play tonight, 12 days after undergoing a laparoscopic
appendectomy at a Tucson hospital.
Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Juron Criner is running, but has
not been cleared to practice at full strength or play Saturday
against No. 6 Stanford. Criner is scheduled to meet with team
doctors Thursday; if he checks out OK, he could be cleared
UA coaches won't know until later this week whether wide
receiver Juron Criner can play against No. 6 Stanford Saturday at
STILLWATER, Okla. -Juron Criner will not play tonight against
Oklahoma State as he recovers from an appendectomy performed Monday
at a Tucson hospital. UA coach Mike Stoops told ESPN about Criner's
surgery shortly after arriving at T. Boone Pickens Stadium tonight.
Criner was not on the team…
Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Juron Criner missed his second
straight practice because of an illness, but coach Mike Stoops said
tonight he's still hopeful that his star wide receiver will play
Thursday at No. 9 Oklahoma State.
Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Juron Criner did not practice
Monday because of an illness, though coach Mike Stoops remains
hopeful that his star wide receiver will play Thursday at No. 9
The projected starter tore his right knee Wednesday