The Arizona Wildcats held their first spring game under new head coach Kevin Sumlin and there were certainly a lot of takeaways for UA. One thing that was noticeable was the large amount of recruits on campus. And one such recruit became UA’s first member of the 2019 class.
After the game, 3-star cornerback Logan Wilson announced his commitment via his Twitter.
The Bishop Dunne High School (Dallas, TX) standout had this to say about his commitment and why he chose Arizona:
1. Coaching and it’s a fresh start. I want to start something new and build on the new era to make stuff shake in Tucson.
2. With Coach Martin, he and I text on a daily basis and he is a wonderful coach to be around and hang with.
3. They love my speed, athleticism, and how long my reach is. They say I come in and out of my break so quick, it’s insane. They said they will have me playing outside and a little bit of nickel, just depends on who we play.
4. The weather. The location, it’s something relaxing. It’s such a beautiful place to be in, no matter if it’s winter, summer, spring, or fall. It’s always going to have the sun out. The fans show mad love to me and it’s very jaw dropping.
When I spoke with Wilson after he was offered in early March, he said that Arizona was his dream school and the he loves the place.
I believe that Wilson is a steal. His vision and ability to respond to a play, much like what the coaches say they love about him, is something that cannot be taught. He has that natural ability, and it only increases his upside. He does have a few things to work on, such as footwork and adding some weight, but those are things he will be looking to improve this offseason.
All-in-all, a solid addition to start the 2019 recruiting class.