“There were a lot of factors as to why I chose Arizona,” Morin said. “I love the coaches and the atmosphere. I also have some family that was pushing me in that direction.
"I knew after I committed I made the right decision, and the way they played on the field this year was really impressive. It’s something I want to be part of and I think I have a chance.”
Like the other players that are signing this week, Morin will be able to participate in spring ball.
“I wanted to get everything out of the way so I can get in there early," he said. "I didn’t want to get in during the summer with most the other recruits if I could avoid it.
"I’m so close to getting in now that it really has started to dawn on me. I’m not sure what I will feel when I sign that letter.”
Morin figures Wednesday will be the calm before the storm.
“When I get to Arizona things are going to change," he said. "Junior college and high school ball is one thing; Division I football is a totally different matter.”
In addition, Morin believes his position flexibility will also give him an advantage.
“I’m more physically mature than a lot of the incoming recruits and I’ve played multiple positions in the past," he said. "Honestly, I just want to play though.
"I will do what the coaches ask because it’s been proven they know what they are doing. I can’t wait to become a Wildcat.”