National Signing Day recap: Arizona, Arizona State football recruiting

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Arizona and Arizona State pulled in full recruiting classes on Wednesday and now look ahead to the 2013 season.

Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats pulled in a full recruiting class on Wednesday, including a surprise commit, quarterback Khari McGee.

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McGee is ranked as a three-star recruit by ESPN and chose Arizona over San Jose State, Eastern Washington and Oregon State. At the top of the Wildcats' 2013 class are four four-star recruits, headlined by athlete Samajie Grant. Running back Pierre Cormier, cornerback Derek Babiash and athlete T.J. Johnson also committed to Arizona and are considered four-stars by ESPN. For more on Arizona's recruiting class, visit Arizona Desert Swarm.

Arizona State also pulled in a solid recruiting class, which includes three four-star recruits. In total, the Sun Devils got commitments from 29 players.

Linebacker Chans Cox, although not a four-star, has generated plenty of excitement among the Arizona State faithful, as he is considered the prospect with the most upside. He is also a local boy, hailing from Lakeside, Arizona. For more on Arizona State's National Signing Day, visit House of Sparky.

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