Pusch Ridge senior defensive end/offensive tackle Will Way, who committed to South Dakota on Sunday, and Gametime Recruiting & Consulting CEO/founder Rodney Cox join the latest All Sports Tucson Talk podcast.
Way, 6-foot-4 and 255 pounds, talks about his undefeated team (5-0 heading into a big showdown Friday at fellow unbeaten 3A South school Thatcher) and his development that has enabled him to commit to an FCS Division I program that competes in the rugged Missouri Valley Conference that includes North Dakota State.
I’m excited to announce my commitment to play D1 football for the University of South Dakota! Go Yotes! I’m grateful to the other schools who offered me and to the coaches who have recruited me. I want to thank my family, teammates & coaches who have helped me along this journey. pic.twitter.com/waizMAIo0V
— Will Way (@will_way44) September 18, 2022
Cox discusses helping Way and his family during the recruiting process and the development of the Gametime Senior All-Star Bowl game Jan. 13 at Bell Bank Park in Mesa. He has aided numerous Southern Arizona athletes in different sports get noticed by college recruiters.
‼️Date of Gametime Senior Bowl at @BellBankPark has been changed to January 13th at 6pm‼️@EpicSportsTV @JUSTCHILLY @CodyTCameron @AllSportsTucson @tlstevens80 @stevens_ash3 @LittWithBritt @GatoradeSteph @gridironarizona @JavierJMorales pic.twitter.com/EgMKv3D51t
— Rodney Cox (@GametimeRC) September 22, 2022
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