Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats are getting after it on the recruiting trail. The coaching staff knows they need to bring talent to Tucson if they hope to claim a spot towards the top of the Pac-12, and that starts with relentless efforts in recruiting. UA is off to a decent start with the class of 2013 and already landed one high-profile quarterback recruit, Anu Solomon, and they are in the running for yet another who is expected to decide shortly.
Four-star quarterback Troy Williams, a dual-threat option out of the backfield, will reportedly make his college decision on Friday. Most believe Arizona and Washington are the two final schools in the running.
Four-star QB Troy Williams from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne plans to commit Friday afternoon at his school— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) June 5, 2012
It will be a tough pull to get Williams to become a Wildcat after he visited the Huskies just last week, but the lack of legitimate options at the QB position in Tucson has to be appealing. Williams has the speed and athleticism to thrive in RichRod's offensive scheme, although he will take a lot of work to fix his throwing mechanics.
Here is video of Williams in action:
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