Tucson CitizenTucson Citizen

Three Arizona Wildcats set to play in Casino Del Sol All-Star Game

Kyle Quinn

Kyle Quinn missed three games because of injury this season but was Arizona’s starting center for the past two years. Photo by Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE

Three Arizona Wildcats have accepted invitations to play in the Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game in Tucson next month.

Center Kyle Quinn, defensive lineman Dominique Austin and fullback/defensive end Taimi Tutogi will get a chance to interview and workout for scouts, and then play in front of UA fans one more time on Dec. 11.

The game will be played Jan. 11 at 7 p.m.

It will be interesting to how scouts evaluate Tutogi, who played both ways as a senior. He certainly has the body to be a situational NFL player on offense while being able to play on special teams. Austin missed the final seven games of the regular season because of a foot injury but came back to play in the New Mexico Bowl victory.

A list of 64 committed players released by bowl officials includes 13 from the Pac-12. Arizona State will send punter Josh Hubner, a Lindy’s third-team All-American.

One of the more intriguing players could be Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel, who decided to enter the draft and not try to seek a medical hardship season from earlier in his career.

Tuel spent part of his childhood in Tucson, attending Salpointe Catholic High School for a year before his family moved to Fresno, Calif.

More player announcements are expected in the next week or so. The game featured about 90 prospects last season.

Here is a list of the 64 players who accepted invitations:

Player Pos. School
Marvin Burdette LB Alabama – Birmingham
Kyle Quinn C Arizona
Taimi Tutogi DE Arizona
Dom Austin DE Arizona
Josh Hubner P Arizona State
Austin Holtz OT Ball State
Darryl Stonum WR Baylor
Tommy Smith Jr. LB Boise State
JC Percy LB Boise State
Chris Pantale TE Boston College
Braden Hansen OG/C BYU
Preston Hadley CB BYU
Brandon Ogletree ILB BYU
Deonte Williams RB Cal Poly
Aaron Tipoti DT California
Josh Hill S California
Isi Sofele RB California
Blake Williamson TE California PA
Camerron Cheatham CB Cincinnati
Joe Caprioglio OT Colorado State
Alex Dunnachie P Hawaii
Paipai Falemalu DE Hawaii
Brandon Hartson LS Houston
Steele Jantz QB Iowa State
Aaron Horne WR Iowa State
Joseph LeBeau DE/LB Jackson State
Dayne Crist QB Kansas
Justin Tuggle LB Kansas State
O’Hara Fluellen DB Lincoln University
Cordian Hagans DE/DT Louisiana
Myles White WR Louisiana Tech
Ray Holley RB Louisiana Tech
Mitchell White CB Michigan State
Troy Stoudermire CB Minnesota
Zach Minter DT Montana State
Keegan Wetzel OLB Navy
Travis Chappelear DT Northwest Missouri State
Andrew Seumalo DT Oregon State
Mike Farrell OL Penn State
Chris Jacobson OG Pittsburgh
Mike Shanahan WR Pittsburgh
Zach Brown K Portland State
Brandon Jones CB Rutgers
Brice Butler WR San Diego State
Travis Johnson DE San Jose State
David Quessenberry OT San Jose State
Bryan Collins OG SMU
Drew Terrell WR Stanford
Kenny Cain LB TCU
Kevin McDermott OT UCLA
Dalton Hilliard S UCLA
Tevita Stevens C Utah
David Rolf TE Utah
Moe Lee CB Utah
Matt Austin WR Utah State
Bojay Filimoeatu OLB Utah State
Al Lapuaho DT Utah State
Kellen Bartlett TE/FB Utah State
Jeff Tuel QB Washington State
Wade Jacobson OG Washington State
Ryan Clarke FB West Virginia
Roszell Gayden OT Winona State
Rayon Simmons RB Winona State
Kyle Magnuson OLB Wyoming
Search site | Terms of service