By Jordan Leandre, Arizona Sports: The highest-rated recruit in Arizona Wildcats history, freshman wide receiver Tetairoa McMillan, originally committed to their Week 6 opponent, the Oregon Ducks.
It wasn’t until nearly the last possible moment that McMillan signed his letter of intent to play for the Wildcats. By that point, Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal — who helped recruit McMillan — left the Ducks for the head coaching position at Miami and was replaced by Dan Lanning.
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Arizona Wildcats wide receiver Tetairoa McMillan's commitment to the school was based on his gut, trust after original commitment to Oregon.
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