Daniel Jenkins is transferring back to Arizona
Running back Daniel Jenkins transferred from Arizona to Washington State in December and now he's decided to return to Arizona.
Sometimes people just change their mind.
After graduating from Arizona in December running back Daniel Jenkins announced he would transfer to Washington State for his final season of eligibility. Now, after being at Washington State since January, Jenkins has decided to transfer again.
He's now returning to Arizona.
Jenkins would not have had to sit out a year at Washington State since he already graduated, and he will be eligible to play immediately this fall for the Wildcats.
Jenkins rushed for 293 yards and two touchdowns for the Wildcats last season while serving as a backup to the nation's leading rusher, Ka'Deem Carey. It's a role he will resume in 2013.
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