Three-star RB Rayshon Luke makes Pac-12 decision


Early in his enlistment, Rayshon Luke was serious about UCLA but the two sides never met. This doesn’t mean that an all-purpose 3-star player won’t end up playing the Pac-12.

Luke — his nickname is Speedy because he’s so fast and dynamic with football in his hands — bound for Arizona over Louisville and others on Saturday during the All-American Bowl.

It seemed for a while that the Cardinals were going to win but Arizona went on to recruit the outstanding Bellflower (California) St. John Bosco who celebrated his 18th birthday on Friday and ended up winning his enlistment.

in Arizona

“(My visit) was so great. The most unique thing was the culture and it was very family oriented. There was a lot of love and not only that, they had good players too. I wasn’t expecting a full NFL coaching team. It just blown me away. for each position right (the fish), is amazing. Fitness Trainer my silence Graham It’s amazing, so it’s all been under the management of these guys that I know we’re going to be good at.”

what does that mean

Arizona has been 1-11 this season but help is on the way.

The five-star receiver Tetairoa McMillan was an Oregon late heartthrob and could be an immediate contributor to the Wildcats’ offense. He’s coming along with several of his Anaheim (California) Servite teammates.

Luke can be a big help, too. After rushing for 944 yards and 10 touchdowns in his first season, the high-profile three-star star showed his speed and breakaway ability all year long against impressive competition. Fish and his crew must find all kinds of ways to get the ball to Luke and allow him to be the playmaker he has become.

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