“It looks like he is picking up to where he needs to be,” Rich Rodriguez said. “He is a tough guy and he will play. I hope Worthy can do it and I don’t know who else is there to be honest with you. I don’t know if Dwight Melvin is going to play and we have to wait to see Fish (Aiulua Fanene).”
“B.J. was further ahead and took to coaching well,” Rodriguez said. “Hopefully these guys will do the same thing. I would hope it clicks, progression is not fun.”
“I thought the wideouts were average for three days,” he said. “Whoever anointed them one of the best crews, I have not seen it. I’m not overly impressed with any of them right now.”
“We cover the west coast pretty good and then southwest Florida,” he said. “Any other areas, if they can make an unofficial visit and they are the right fit for our program, we will recruit them. If they won’t make an unofficial visit, it is hard for us to really show them our program.”
Rodriguez has been adamant that the speed of play has nothing to do with injuries and a study by the College Football Matrix that came out on Monday supports his claims.
“I don’t know about all of the studies, but I know I have been doing this for 27 years and it has helped us stay injury free,” Rodriguez said.