Arizona Wildcats learned over the weekend that their quarterback class of 2017 was reduced by one. Braxton Burmeister, a highly regarded QB out San Diego, put the news out on Twitter that he was pulling back his commitment from the Wildcat football program
I’ve decided to open my recruitment pic.twitter.com/C40C776Hkc
— Braxton Burmeister (@Braxton1B) March 12, 2016
Arizona already has one quarterback committed to sign next February, Rhett Rodriguez, the son of head coach Rich Rodriguez. Burmeister was rated as one of the top dual-threats at his position in the country. He is looking at Utah, Florida, and Washington among several schools.