July 13, 2006

Voluntary Workout Recap: Offense

Even though fall camp is still 22 days away, the Arizona Wildcats are out on the football field participating in voluntary workouts. Despite being completely voluntary nearly the entire team showed up on Wednesday and put in some work.

This Arizona team is noticeably larger from previous years and competition is going to be tougher than ever in the fall.

First things first, Willie Tuitama looked very good in the workout and consistently made tough throws look easy. Many of his incompletions were due to the play of the Arizona secondary rather than a poor throw. Tuitama found Mike Thomas and B.J. Dennard a few times, but really seemed to like his new target in freshman Terrell Reese.

Reese had a stellar day running great routes and using his athleticism to separate himself in the air. On one under thrown ball Reese turned around and made a very athletic play on the ball and despite ending up on the ground had made the catch. He has all the tools you look for in a receiver and his play could make a splash in fall camp.

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