A day after officially joining the Big XII, Arizona Football has picked up a commitment from three-star Athlete, Chance Harrison for 2024.
We are barely into August, and Arizona Football has secured yet another commitment for the class of 2024.
Making news less than 24 hours after the Wildcats officially joined the Big XII, Arizona secured a commitment on Saturday afternoon, adding Southern California athlete and former BYU commit, Chance Harrison.
Announcing his commitment via social media, Harrison picked the Wildcats despite reportedly receiving interest from Colorado State, Washington State, Boston College, and BYU most notably.
A big and physical athlete that hails from Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard, California, Arizona has added another solid piece to the recruiting class of 2024.
Standing a sturdy 6-foot-1-inch and weighing 175 pounds, Chance Harrison should bring immediate talent and depth to the Arizona Football secondary.
So far over the past two months, Arizona has been busy on the recruiting trail, adding 17 commitments to its class for 2024, and Chance is just the latest to join the fold.
A talented and skilled athlete, Chance project to be a secondary player for the Wildcats as he is a tremendous tackler in the open field, and has the size to play either corner, nickel, or safety.
And with his skill and athleticism, he has the potential to add immediate depth as well as make an immediate impact for the Wildcats. Overall, he is a big hitter with a long frame, plus, he has the athleticism, strength, and versatility to play multiple positions at the next level.
Here’s a look at our latest Wildcat!