One of the most crucial under-the-radar commitments on the West Coast could be coming in the next few days, as the best dual-threat quarterback on the West Coast in Troy Williams might be making his decision.
Even though Williams has a pretty impressive offer list (with the big prize being a Florida Gators offer), he has narrowed it down to two Pac-12 schools: The Washington Huskies and the Arizona Wildcats.
Scout.com reports QB Troy Williams will wait two weeks before announcing decision: recruiting.scout.com/2/1191261.html He's down to UW/Arizona.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) June 1, 2012
Williams will actually make his decision this Friday at his school, according to Adam Gorney. His highlights show that he has a lot of potential to be a real playmaker in the Pac-12 with his legs and mobility, either in a pass-first or run-first spread system. The highlights show that he has a lot of upside and could thrive in either Sarkisian's or Rodriguez's systems.
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Washington has already taken two top-notch quarterback recruits from the 2012 recruiting class in Cyler Miles and Jeff Lindquist, so it's not a huge priority, but it's always good to stack up quality depth at the QB position to ensure you don't end up with a lemon leading your team during leaner times.
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