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Wildcats to Host Belgian Barbarian Yondjouen

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Next Saturday September 29th, Sylvain Yondjouen will leave the lowlands of Belgium for the sand and mountains of Arizona. The Sumlin-led Arizona Wildcats will host the Belgian prospect as they take on the USC Trojans in their Pac-12 home-opener.

Playing for a head coach of Sumlin’s renown certainly seems to lure Yondjouen towards Arizona.

Knowing that the HC is so recognizable motivates me, just to be around him and show him the best of who I am.

– Sylvain Yondjouen on Kevin Sumlin

The trip to visit Tucson, Arizona, will be Yondjouen’s first official visit. It will be interesting to see how he will fit in Marcel Yates’ young 3-3-5 defense that features reigning Pac-12 Defensive Freshman of the Year, six starting sophomores, and a secondary with lofty expectations. With a 6’11 wingspan and a forty time in the sub 4.6 seconds territory, Yondjouen could help bolster a unit that has a mere three sacks after three games against FBS opponents (and two more against Southern Utah).

The Wildcats have a chance to extend their winning streak and impress the 4-Star pass rusher by beating one of college football’s marquee programs. Win or lose, Arizona has a chance to wow Yondjouen and his family before and after the game as they make their case for why he would thrive athletically and academically in their climate.

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Wildcats to Host Belgian Barbarian Yondjouen

Sylvain Yondjouen
Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Next Saturday September 29th, Sylvain Yondjouen will leave the lowlands of Belgium for the sand and mountains of Arizona. The Sumlin-led Arizona Wildcats will host the Belgian prospect as they take on the USC Trojans in their Pac-12 home-opener.

Playing for a head coach of Sumlin’s renown certainly seems to lure Yondjouen towards Arizona.

Knowing that the HC is so recognizable motivates me, just to be around him and show him the best of who I am.

– Sylvain Yondjouen on Kevin Sumlin

The trip to visit Tucson, Arizona, will be Yondjouen’s first official visit. It will be interesting to see how he will fit in Marcel Yates’ young 3-3-5 defense that features reigning Pac-12 Defensive Freshman of the Year, six starting sophomores, and a secondary with lofty expectations. With a 6’11 wingspan and a forty time in the sub 4.6 seconds territory, Yondjouen could help bolster a unit that has a mere three sacks after three games against FBS opponents (and two more against Southern Utah).

The Wildcats have a chance to extend their winning streak and impress the 4-Star pass rusher by beating one of college football’s marquee programs. Win or lose, Arizona has a chance to wow Yondjouen and his family before and after the game as they make their case for why he would thrive athletically and academically in their climate.

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Wildcats to Host Belgian Barbarian Yondjouen

Mathias Torp
PPI Editor

Next Saturday September 29th, Sylvain Yondjouen will leave the lowlands of Belgium for the sand and mountains of Arizona. The Sumlin-led Arizona Wildcats will host the Belgian prospect as they take on the USC Trojans in their Pac-12 home-opener.

Playing for a head coach of Sumlin’s renown certainly seems to lure Yondjouen towards Arizona.

Knowing that the HC is so recognizable motivates me, just to be around him and show him the best of who I am.

– Sylvain Yondjouen on Kevin Sumlin

The trip to visit Tucson, Arizona, will be Yondjouen’s first official visit. It will be interesting to see how he will fit in Marcel Yates’ young 3-3-5 defense that features reigning Pac-12 Defensive Freshman of the Year, six starting sophomores, and a secondary with lofty expectations. With a 6’11 wingspan and a forty time in the sub 4.6 seconds territory, Yondjouen could help bolster a unit that has a mere three sacks after three games against FBS opponents (and two more against Southern Utah).

The Wildcats have a chance to extend their winning streak and impress the 4-Star pass rusher by beating one of college football’s marquee programs. Win or lose, Arizona has a chance to wow Yondjouen and his family before and after the game as they make their case for why he would thrive athletically and academically in their climate.

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