Linebacker Marcus Bell, St. Johns, Ariz. -
The Cats' leading tackler the past three seasons, Bell is a semi-finalist for the Butkus Award
Defensive back Luis Campos, Loomis, Calif. -
An injury halted this walk-on player's career in August... He lettered on special teams last year.
Tailback Trung Canidate, Phoenix, Ariz. -
One more normal' game for Trung should give him the No. 1 spot on the Cats all-time rushing chart.
Cornerback Leland Gayles, Renton, Wash. -
Gayles twice fought back from adversity and earned three letters as a specialist and starter.
Linebacker Stadford Glover, El Paso, Texas -
Versatile three-year letterman who played inside, outside and on special teams throughout his career.
Safety Derek Hall, Crestwood, Ill. -
A three-year letterman who earned his stripes an special teams and as the best Ball Hawk'
Defensive back James Hinrichs, Tucson, Ariz. -
Hinrichs' speed getting down field put him on kicking teams starting units the past two years.
Cornerback Kelvin Hunter, Los Angeles, Calif. -
Two-year starter in one of the toughest positions on UA's team man-to-man pass coverage.
Free Safety Rafell Jones, San Diego, Calif. -
True freshman specialist in 1995, and kept going to earn two years' starting role in secondary.
Defensive tackle J.J. Joppru, Minnetonka, Minn. -
A junior college transfer who's improved to become a key on the Cats' defensive front in 1999.
Defensive tackle James Lews, Bell, Calif. -
Three-year letterman who came back after chronic leg problems seemingly ended his career.
Placekicker Mark McDonald, Santa Monica, Calif. -
Four-year letterman who scored more than 150 points in three years as the top placekicker.
Wide receiver Dennis Northcutt, Los Angeles, Calif. -
Four-year starter who will leave as the Wildcat career leader in receptions, yards and all-purpose yards.
Safety Greg Payne Jr., Los Osos, Calif. -
Juco transfer whose presence shored the 12-1 Cats a year ago and gives UA its best DB in 1999.
Whip linebacker DaShon Polk, Pacoima, Calif. -
One of the big keys to Arizona's defense has been the physical play of this four-year letterman.
Offensive tackle Manuia Savea, Aulo, American Samoa -
Two-year career at UA was one reason for the Wildcats' record-setting offensive improvement.
Quarterback Keith Smith, Newbury Park, Calif. -
From freshman All-America onward his passing and running made him UA's No. 2 all-time total offense leader.
Linebacker Scooter Sprotte, Lakeside, Ariz. -
Four-year letterman as a running back, safety, kick returner and linebacker, where he made nearly 100 tackles.
Defensive lineman Dolphin Tillman, Lynwood, Calif. -
Four-year letterman called on to play a different position each year, whether defense or offense.
Offensive tackle Ega Usu, Lawndale, Calif. -
Versatile two-year letterman and regular on the front line during Arizona's offensive ascension.
Outside linebacker D.J. Vasquez, Scottsdale, Ariz. -
Walk-on player from the juco ranks whose special teams' play earned him two letters as a Wildcat.
Fullback Jim Wendler, Prospect Heights, Ill. -
Stick-to-it guy whose unselfish play and hard work paid off with solid playing time as two-year regular.