Adding yet another player to the class of 2021, the Arizona Football team has added another commitment, this time in Texas cornerback, Javione Carr.
Becoming the 23rd commitment in the class for the Wildcats, Javione announced his decision via social media, as he picked Arizona over offers from Kansas, Kansas State, Northwestern, and Texas Tech among others.
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As it stands, Javione is not currently ranked on 247Sports, however, given his offers, I would imagine he is going to be a mid-level three-star player once the rankings are updated.
To me, the major thing to note in this recruitment is that Carr is the 14th defensive player added to the class of 2021, which again should be a huge indication of where the Wildcats are primarily focusing their attention.
Coming into this recruiting cycle, it was apparent that Arizona desperately needed help in the secondary, and it makes sense that the Wildcats went all the way to the talented Sam Houston High School in Arlington, TX to bring in Javione.
Coming in, Javione stands 5-feet-11-inches and 160 pounds, so I think it’ll be imperative he adds weight before likely contributing at the next level. However, I do like his size for the position.
Mostly lining up at safety on film, I really like him at corner, however, he does provide versatility which is a great thing to have as a college football player.
First off, I love this kids instincts. He’s quickly able to identify the play, see the football and react. He doesn’t wait for the play to come to him, he attacks the ball.
He does a great job playing down hill, again attacking the football and getting to the ball carrier. Additionally, in the passing game, he does a great job of recognizing the play, watching the quarterback’s eyes and reacting, putting himself in a good position to make the play.
Just watch for yourself!
At Zona Zealots, I really like this addition and can’t wait to see what Javione can do in Tucson! As always, Bear Down, Arizona!