Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona coaching staff have been busy this week as two new 2015 recruits have verbally committed to the Wildcats.
Junior college running back Kendall Williams was the first this week, and was joined by corner back Samuel Morrison the next day. Both are graded three-star by Scout.
Williams is rated as the fourth-best junior college running back in this class by 247. He also had an offer from Georgia State, which would have moved him closer to home.
In an interview with the Daily Star's Daniel Berk, Williams went over his journey that has led him to Butte Community College in California after several stops in his recent past. Seems like there will be a log-jam at running back in the next couple of seasons, with possibly seven scholarship backs on the 2015 roster.
The tenth commitment for 2015 came from CB Samuel Morrison, son of former Wildcat Darryl Morrison. Morrison was a member of the Desert Swarm defenses in the 90s.
Morrison is from Washington D.C., which is fun since Jalen Tabor, who would have been the highest-rated recruit to come to Tucson, is also from D.C.
But this is no Jalen Tabor situation.
Newest commit Sammy Morrison on UA: "They've been my dream school for quite a long time."— Daniel Berk (@DSBerk) June 11, 2014
According to Rivals, Morrison also had offers from the likes of Boston College, Duke, Georgia Tech, Rutgers and Washington State.
Darryl Morrison had five career interceptions at Arizona in 1991 and '92, including a pick-six in the '91 season. Some goals for the new Morrison to try and obtain for sure.