Found December 03, 2012 on Fox Sports Arizona:
It looks like B.J. Denker may have found some competition for next seasons starting quarterback job at Arizona. Numerous sites are reporting that former USC backup quarterback Jesse Scroggins has decided to transfer to Arizona to play under coach Rich Rodriguez. Scroggins, who will be a redshirt junior next year, sat on the bench at USC behind Matt Barkley and decided last summer to transfer to El Camino (Calif.) College, with the plan being to transfer back to a four-year school. That school appears to be Arizona, which accepted a bowl bid to the Gildan New Mexico Bowl on Sunday to culminate Rodriguez's successful debut season. Scroggins, a 6-foot-2, 210-pounder from Lakewood High, was a four-star recruit and the No. 6 quarterback in the 2010 class, according to Scout.com, which praised him as having "arguably the biggest arm in the country" and said he "can run but is much more comfortable in the pocket." Rodriguez's zone-read offense typically see...
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