Carr's commitment remains solid

Rodney Carr took an official visit to Arizona this past weekend and it only strengthened his decision. Read on to see why that is and more.

Like they have at Fresno Central East High School in Northern California, the Arizona coaching staff has made a big impression on one of the most talent-laden high school programs in Southern California, Los Angeles Bishop Mora Salesian High School.

While Salesian teammates and fellow UA commits Jamardre Cobb and Marquis Ware receive the bulk of the attention, cornerback Rodney Carr is an impressive prospect in his own right.

"They play a lot of guys out there and they need guys who can help out against pass and run," Carr said. "Plus the fact that Marquis and Jamardre are going there helps as well."

Despite rumors of other schools pressuring Carr to take other visits, he claims that no other programs are pursing him.

"I'm not getting anybody else coming after me," he said. "I feel good, especially after taking the visit. We didn't talk a lot of how everything on the field would go.

"It was more about getting comfortable with the place and kind of thinking about being there next season."

Like more than a dozen other recruits, Carr visited Arizona this past weekend.

"We got to check out the school, really get to know the coaches and it was just fun talking about next season," Carr said. "We had a really good last high school season and we played hard all season and we're going to Arizona to try and do the same thing. There is no reason we can't do that."


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