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-The big news from Day 1 of Arizona spring football camp was the switch from receiver to cornerback for Richard Morrison.
His new cornerbacks coach, David Lockwood, weighs in on the biggest adjustments and how tough the transition can be. But there also is one advantage that could help Morrison, he added.
-Although limited by injury, find out how quarterback Jesse Scroggins spent his first practice as a Wildcat.
-After last week's sweep in Southern California, get the latest scenarios for the Pac-12 Conference tournament seedings as it pertains to the Wildcats.
-Sean Miller does not think the Pac-12 player of the year race is very close and knows who has his vote.
-How realistic is a drop out of the top 25 poll?
-On the diamond, check out the highs and lows from the past week and find out which players are shining brightest for the UA baseball team.
-A number of Arizona football targets were in attendance at the 7-on-7 event in Las Vegas. was there to give a rundown on how they performed, as well as an update on a few recruitments.
-Florida has been the state the Wildcats have aggressively attacked early. A pair of recruits with offers spoke with to shed some light on how things are going.
-On the hardwood, Justin Jackson left North Carolina without committing. What does that mean for Arizona?
-Despite the pledge from Parker Jackson-Cartwright, the next highly sought-after 2014 point guard in California continues to keep his options open.
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