NFL Media pegs Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright as the frontrunner to win the Bednarik Award.
Arizona redshirt freshman OL Jordan Poland, a former four-star recruit, was arrested and dismissed from the team.
Sports on Earth's Matt Brown submits Arizona OT Freddie Tagaloa as a potential breakout start in 2015.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Arizona redshirt senior DE Reggie Gilbert "could project to a stand-up rusher role if he shows greater burst this season."
Arizona redshirt junior WR Cayleb Jones "looks the part of an NFL receiver, boasting a package of height, long arms and surprising fluidity," CBS Sports' Rob Rang notes.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright "does not possess an ideal build for the position, and "possesses a bit of a beach build," CBS Sports' Rob Rang observes.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright "does it all" but still has some warts as a prospect, notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright "is incredibly decisive and generally reliable as a tackler" and his 2015 numbers figure to match his insane output from last year, predicts NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright is an overrated prospect who "needs a stout defensive line in front of him that occupies blockers and keeps him clean," according to With the First Pick's Jon Dove.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright leads the field of 80 college players on the 2015 Bednarik Award watch list.
NFL Media ranked Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright No. 2 on their list for College football players with best intangibles.
Arizona sophomore RB Nick Wilson said he's more physically and mentally prepared for this season than he was last.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright "may not be the fastest athlete, but he flies to the ball with great instincts and effectiveness as a blitzer, all of which won him the Bednarik Award as the nation's top defender," observes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Sports on Earth's Matt Brown calls Arizona sophomore RB Nick Wilson a "smooth runner with good vision."
NFL Media ranks Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright their No.2 "scariest players" in college football.