According to Scout.com, the University of South Dakota football program has extended a scholarship offer to quarterback Cole Rarrick of Scottsdale, Ariz.
The same Web site reported Wednesday that Rarrick received his first scholarship offer from Northern Colorado. And now today, he told Scout.com via text message, “The University of South Dakota offered me today.“
The 6-foot-5, 204-pound quarterback guided Scottsdale Saguaro High School to its third-straight state title on Dec. 6. He passed for 1,557 yards and 17 touchdowns with five interceptions in his senior season. He also rushed for four touchdowns. Here are his extended season stats.
Although this is far from official, Scout.com also lists Arizona, Arizona State, Northern Arizona and Northern Colorado as other schools interested in Rarrick. He is scheduled to visit Northern Colorado on Jan. 16. It’ll be interesting to see if USD can nab this quarterback, because like I said last week, the Coyotes are searching for a quarterback in the 2009 recruiting class.