Premium Sports: Training Arizona Football recruits Kamron Taylor and LaMason Waller

Looking to the future, Arizona Football Head Coach Jedd Fisch has offered some highly sought-after recruits from Southern California, both of which are Premium Sports athletes.

Since taking over at Arizona Football, Head Coach Jedd Fisch has been hot on the recruiting trail as he is getting players to buy-in across the country.

A lot of those players are highly touted recruits that have come out of the Premium Sports Training Program in California which is run by local High School coaches. Premium Athletes are everywhere!

Let’s start with the 2021 Heisman Trophy winner QB Bryce Youngand his WR Traeshon Holden, who just played in the National Championship game for Alabama.

Then there’s Kyle Ford and Greg Johnson (former Arizona commit) who both played for USC last season. And lastly, there’s also the new National Champion and University of Georgia commit Earnest Greene lll.

Premium has two locations, one in Los Angeles (and surrounding neighborhoods) and the other out East, and up and coming recruits LaMason Waller and Kamron Taylor are both training with Premium Sports IE (Inland Empire) which is closest to their home and high schools. Both have several offers, with both sporting offers from Arizona Football.

Waller is a class of 2025 standout and considers himself to be an Athlete. Standing 6-feet-2-inches and already 175 pounds, he plays at Sultana High School in Hesperia, CA.

With offers from Arizona, Charlotte, Florida State, Georgia, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Texas A&M, UNLV, Utah, Arizona State, Fresno State, Nevada, and more, the offers keep rolling in for the Southern California standout.

He was also just awarded a spot on the MaxPreps High School Football Freshman All-America Second Team Offense as a wide receiver, averaging more than 13 yards per catch. He was also recently invited to the 2022 Polynesian Bowl Combine and Showcase.

Here is my interview with LaMason, and mind you he gave no clues on where he wants to go.

Then there is Class of 2023 recruit Kamron Taylor, haven’t heard of him? Well, college coaches have and they are offering him left and right. At 5-feet-10-inches and 210 pounds, Taylor is a standout athlete that considers himself to be a running back at Jurupa Hills High School in Southern California.

Taylor’s offers include Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado State, FIU, Florida Atlantic, Florida State, Louisville, Maryland, Nevada, Oregon, Pittsburgh, UNLV, Utah, Fresno State, LSU, San Diego State, Utah, Washington, and Washington State. Kamron is currently the No. 20 ranked running back in the Nation.

Premium Sports never ceases to amaze folks with the talented players they attract, and they train such humble young men, just like Kamron.

Here is my interview with the Wildcats’ 2023 prospect:

With now five, four-star athletes signed in Jedd Fisch’s 2022 recruiting class, the momentum fills us all with so much hope, and who knows what the future holds. Either way, it is looking up as Fisch and his staff continues to offer highly ranked and sought-after recruits. Luckily for us, these two outstanding young men have huge upside!