Junior corner looking at options

Maurice Davison is one of the better corners in the west for 2015. Read on for his thoughts on the recruiting process and more.

Expectations are always high when playing football for Servite High School in Orange County and 5-foot-8, 155-pound junior cornerback Maurice Davison believes he represented the program well this past season.

"We had a pretty good season," Davison said. "I made some big plays and finished with around 50 tackles and I made some All-Star teams."

Davison is flattered, but not surprised, by the recruiting attention he is receiving.

"You know the coaches and everyone around me knew that I could play, but it was mainly about going out there and focusing on being the best player I can be," Davison said.

The amount of talent Davison trains against ensures he gets the most out of each practice.

"Playing at a school like Servite is something that you have to take seriously because everybody is coming for you, but at the same time if you don't bring it everyday in practice you're probably not going to play at all," he said.

Not surprisingly, Davison is very interested in what is going on at the Los Angeles schools.

"I like what they're doing and I'm curious to see how everything plays out over the next few months," Davison said.

However, Davison is remaining open in the process and wants to consider all schools that are interested in him.

"The schools that stand out right now are UCLA, USC and Arizona and some other Pac-12 teams along with some schools back further away," he said. "But I'm just talking to schools right now, nothing too formal."

Davison has a rough idea for when he would like to make a decision.

"A lot will depend on what kind of offers that I have at that point, but, if possible, I would like to decide before my senior season," Davison said. "There is nothing at all that I'm locked into though."

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