It’s been an extremely busy week for Arizona Wildcats football commits, and it got even crazier as three-star safety Scott Young announced that he has committed to Arizona.
My final decision #calizona #repost pic.twitter.com/5YgVXZ7fdK— Luca Brasi (@_scottieoo) June 16, 2016
Young had been recruited by new assistant coach Donte Williams since Williams was at San Jose State.
Last year, the 5-foot-11 safety reeled in four interceptions in 12 games for Helix High School. He also played wide receiver, catching 30 balls for 392 yards and two touchdowns.
Young was at an Arizona camp in Southern California when he made this decision.
My friend Scott Young Sr. with Arizona Head Coach Rich Rodriguez @_scottieoo pic.twitter.com/087F7aJ3dh— Christopher Smith® (@mbasports2) June 16, 2016
Cali-Zona strikes again!! #BearDown #619 pic.twitter.com/kwmfjnso5v— Rod Smith (@BearDownRSmith) June 16, 2016
This is now Arizona's 16th commitment of the 2017 class. The size of the class has doubled in the last week and a half, which is just crazy nuts.
The rest of the class certainly liked this decision by Young as well.
I think they still sleep on the Fam we cookin over here...#BearDown #WakeUp ⬇️— Greg Johnson (@quick6gjohnson) June 16, 2016
Lets gooooo family!!!! https://t.co/UJmnuzmlvD— Braxton Burmeister (@Braxton1B) June 16, 2016
Welcome to the fam https://t.co/wzj3XN8vWp— Biggie (@kurtisbrown44) June 16, 2016
June 16, 2016
Here’s a look at some of his highlights from Helix: