Taylor Upshaw, a defensive end who’s been on the move a couple times this offseason, has found a new destination in the Pac-12.

Upshaw announced that he’s “desert bound” as he committed to Arizona. He earlier committed to Colorado about 4 months ago after he played 4 seasons for the Michigan Wolverines, mostly in a backup role on the defensive line.

Upshaw had his most productive season last year with time in 14 games. The defensive lineman collected 12 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, and an interception.

The 6-4, 255-pound Upshaw is from Bradenton, Florida native, and joins a re-tooled defensive front with the Wildcats.

The Wildcats added defensive tackles Bill Norton (Georgia), Tyler Manoa (UCLA) and Sio Nafoagototo’a (Indiana), and edge rusher Orin Patu (Cal). Arizona brings back defensive tackles Tai’ita’i Uiagalelei and Jacob Kongaika, along with defensive ends Russell Davis II and Sterling Lane II. Tiaoalii Savea, a former UCLA defensive tackle, is set for his second season with the Wildcats.