Davison Picks Up Fourth Offer

Recruiting is on the rise for Encino (Calif.) Crespi linebacker Ray Davison, who picked up two new offers this week and is receiving interest from many more...

It's been a good week for Encino (Calif.) Crespi linebacker Ray Davison, who picked up offers from both San Diego State and Wyoming, making it four overall.

"The San Diego State coaches called me after talking to my high school coaches and let me know they were offering me. Wyoming called me yesterday and after talking to me for a bit, offered me, too," he said.

Davison, who also holds Navy and South Dakota offers, isn't too familiar with either program, but is looking forward to learning more.

"I've been around San Diego State, but I don't know either program that well. I know people who have gone to both colleges. One of my friends that went to West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade, linebacker Sam Hardy, plays for the Cowboys," he said.

Davison doesn't have his summer plans nailed down quite yet, but is hoping to take a visit to the Aztecs' campus, as well as camping at a few Pac-12 schools.

"Right now, I think I might go to San Diego in the summer and take a visit with my parents. I'll be going to both the UCLA and Stanford camps over the summer, too," he said.

Recruiting is "starting to pick up" for the prospect, who is also hearing from Utah, Colorado, Colorado State, Oregon State, Duke, Boise State, and Nevada.

"Those schools have been showing me a lot of interest, but haven't offered quite yet," he said.

As he starts to explore his options, Davison is just looking for a place where he can see himself living for the next few years and says a few schools have caught his eye.

"I'm interested in Stanford, UCLA, Washington, Oregon, and Oregon State, some of the schools that are closer to home. I'm looking for somewhere that has a family atmosphere, so when you're there, you won't be missing home. I just want to make sure I could see myself living there," he said.

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