The Arizona Wildcats are going deep into Texas to start landing the prospects they need in 2017. Lancaster (Tx.) athlete Jaiden Dockery made the commitment to the Wildcats on Independence Day.
I'm committed pic.twitter.com/8RZdduUFJt— jaydee (@1jaydee6) July 4, 2017
As an athlete, Docker is a three-star prospect, standing at 6-0 and 185 pounds. He becomes the seventh commitment for Arizona in this class and the second prospect from the Wildcats from Texas (Darrius Smith from Arizona committed earlier).
More from Arizona Desert Swarm on Dockery’s official commitment to Arizona.
“I would like to thank god most importantly,” he said. “Also my coaches and my mom for helping me through my decision. Also all my supporters to but, I am very blessed to say that I will be furthering my education and football career at The University of Arizona #Beardown.”
According to SportsDay HS, Dockery rushed for 143 yards on 30 rushing attempts, and also attempted 16 passes, completing seven of them. He put up three rushing TDs and a passing TD.
His defensive stats were unavailable, but his team did go 12-2 in Texas’ District 10-5A, winning its division. Their 12 wins were tied for fourth-most in all of Texas 5A.