Arizona Wildcats 2010

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    Arizona Wildcats 2010


    Nick Foles QB #8

    Nick Foles should emerge as one of college football's best QB's in 2010 after his spectacular performance as a sophomore in 2009... Honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors... Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors... ... Finished the 2009 season with 2,486 passing yards, completion percentage of 63.4, 19 touchdowns against nine interceptions and an efficiency rating of 125.25.

    Nic Grigsby RB #5

    Enters senior year with 2,424 career rushing yards and a substantial career 5.3 yards per tote... Ten career 100-yard games in 28 starts... Finished eighth in the Pac-10 in rushing (567) in 2009 despite missing three full games and not being fully healthy (shoulder) in a total of six contests... Averaged 7.2 yards per carry as junior

    David Douglas WR #85

    Should flourish as one of the club's top threats at inside receiver in 2010... Had 31 receptions for 320 yards in the short game, with career-highs of seven receptions, 92 yards and two touchdowns against Stanford, plus had career-long 43-yard catch in that game

    Ricky Elmore DE #44

    Clearly one of the club's dominant defenders and among league's best edge rushers for 2010... Led Pac-10 in sacks during regular season with 10.5, finishing second after bowl season... Honorable mention All-Pac-10 by league coaches and second-team All-Pac-10 honors from Phil Steele publications

    Trevin Wade CB #24

    Expected to anchor one cornerback position as a veteran leader on defense in 2010... Second-team All-Pac-10 honors in 2009 with a breakout performance

    Brooks Reed DE #42

    Reed and fellow end Ricky Elmore will give UA two superb fifth-year seniors on the edge in 2010... In 2009 he started the first three games of the year, had a high-ankle injury at Iowa and missed three games and two starts before starting the final five games


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