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Former San Diego State OL Jonah Rodriguez has committed to the Arizona Wildcats

Arizona is another team with two Jonahs.

Former San Diego State offensive lineman Jonas Rodriguez has committed to the Wildcats for the 2024 season. He has four years of eligibility remaining after redshirting with the Aztecs last season.

“What stood out was how close the team was,” Rodriguez told 247Sports’ Jason Scheer after an official visit last weekend.

The 6-foot-4, 275-pound Rodriguez was a three-star prospect in the 2023 recruiting class who chose SDSU over offers from a variety of schools in the West, including Arizona, which extended an offer in 2021. He was the No. 1,006 overall prospect in that class, as well as the 74th-best offensive tackle and No. 89 player out of California.

From San Diego, Rodriguez will provide depth at both guard and tackle for an Arizona line that is expected to produce four starters from the 2023 team that won 10 games and the Alamo Bowl. He is the second offensive lineman the UA has added through the NCAA transfer portal this spring, joining ex-Oregon OL Michael Wootenand they also added Alexander Doost (Northwest) and Ryan Stewart (San Jose State) in the winter.