Arizona Wildcats 2013 Season Preview Offense QB: (RS) Freshman Javelle Allen will take the reins for the Wildcats in Coach Trey's first season. He has a enough speed to be dangerous, but he won't be a game breaker in the run game. He throws more accurately than any other QB on the roster but he doesn't have the strongest arm (84 on both.) If he can put it together all season the Wildcats may be tough to stop. If he struggles the Wildcats can go Scroggins or Denker to hold a place until freshman Anu Solomon finishes his redshirt season. RB: Ka'deem carey is the returning All-American for Arizona. He has incredible quickness and acceleration (96) and should be the leading rusher. He will get the lion's share of carries, and time in the backfield. But look for freshman Prince Cormier to fill in when Carey gets tired. WR: In an Air Raid offense these are the keys to the ignition, and Arizona has some good ones. They'll be led by Jr. Austin Hill. He's 6'3' 211 pounds and gives the Wildcats some size on the outside. Garic Wharton will be his opposite, he's a little smaller at 5'11" but he adds some speed. Notre Dame transfer Davonte Neal is redshirting this season after transferring. 6'4" 203 pound David Richards will play in the slot. Richards has good speed for his size (94), but needs to work on his hands. 6'3" (RS) Freshman Trey Griffey (son of Ken Griffey Jr.) will play the #4 WR. Good size and decent speed, he hopes to make a big impact this season. The 5th WR will be SR Richard Morrison. He shouldn't see the field too much, but he's solid and will keep the offense humming when he steps in. TE: Michael Cooper is the TE. He brings good height 6'5" and solid speed (83), but he won't be on the field too often. When he is he will make a good weapon.Terrence Miller is his backup, and he should only see the field on goalline situations. OL: Arizona has a massive offensive line. LT Mickey Baucus and LG Chris Putton are the smallest starters at 6'8" 285 pounds and 6'4" 280 pounds respectively. At RT is Fabbian Ebbele at 6'8" 310 pounds. At G the Wildcats will play 6'6" 330 pound Eric Bender-Ramsey, and Chris Patton. At C Arizona will go with Faitele Faafoi who stands 6'4" 305 pounds. The OL could get bigger next season if Baucus leaves early. 6'7" 325 pound Jacob Alsadek would slide into his spot, and 6'3" 300 pound Logan Stott will slot in for the graduating Putton. Outlook The Wildcats offense should be able to score a ton of points. With the WR on the field, Allen as triggerman, and Carey to tote the rock there will be a load of weapons for the Air Raid attack. Allen should throw for 3000 yards, and 2 WR should top 1000 yards. Add in Carey's expected 900-1000 yards rushing and the offense will be very tough to stop. The scary part is that Wildcats are projected to lose only 2 starters. Putton, and if you call the 5th WR a starter Richard Morrison. Carey could, and probably should, leave early; but a down year for him could bring him back as well.