Wildcats commit Noah Fifita hopes to bring ‘Juice County’ teammates to Tucson | Nationwide

When Noah Fifita and Anaheim Servite Large University teammates Tetairoa McMillan and Keyan Burnett visited Tucson earlier this thirty day period, Arizona’s coaching staff brought the juice — literally.

It started when Fifita, a 3-star quarterback fully commited to the UA’s 2022 recruiting course, and his teammates posed for photos in the Wildcats’ “Desert Swarm”-period uniforms. McMillan and Burnett bookended Fifita as they took photographs biting into oranges and consuming OJ. The moniker “Juice County,” hashtagged in Fifita’s Twitter bio, as a reminder of his Orange County, California, roots.

“They brought out some orange juice and some oranges. I feel Coach (Kevin) Cummings arrived up with that strategy,” Fifita stated.

Could the shots be a preview of points to come?

McMillan, a four-star huge receiver and standout volleyball player, is rated by countrywide recruiting internet sites as just one of the top rated over-all prospective buyers in California and the place. He is also looking at USC, Stanford and Oregon, amid other people.

Burnett, son of former UA linebacker Chester Burnett, is a four-star tight finish presently committed to USC.

Fifiita has an uphill battle to convince his “Juice County” teammates to follow him to Tucson, but he’s hopeful. The quarterback spoke to the Star’s Justin Spears on ESPN Tucson previously this week about his take a look at, his teammates — and what he sees in coach Jedd Fisch:

How was your previous stop by as opposed to the 1 in March, in which you could not see the

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