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Elder makes presence known from the start

Elder makes presence known from the start

Though Arizona State and rival Arizona battle for many prospects, few players came as close to calling Tucson home before opting to take the high road to Tempe as did safety Eddie Elder.

Originally a verbal commitment to Arizona, merely days before he was eligible to sign the paperwork to be a midyear junior college transfer from the College of San Mateo (Calif.), information was released that Elder's college credits would not all apply at Arizona. With that occurrence, the 5-10, 186-pound Eddie Elder faced the decision whether to remain committed to the Wildcats but arrive for...

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