When head coach Jeff Tedford took over a 1-11 Bulldog Football Program it was no secret that one of his first priorities was to add depth at every position in order to make the Bulldogs competitive sooner rather than later. One of the ways he planned on doing it was to reach into the JUCO ranks. Several offers have been made to such players and the latest is to Los Angeles Valley DE Rayshawn Boyce.
With the offer from Fresno State, Rayshawn Boyce now sits at 5 offers which includes UCF, New Mexico, Bethune-Cookman, and Prairie View A&M. The Latest offer from the Bulldogs was handed out by Fresno State’s defensive line coach Tony Tuioti who continues to take the recruiting scene by storm in California and Hawaii.
Though Boyce is not ready to make a decision just yet he does however have the Bulldogs high on his list of consideration. He plans on making an official visit to Fresno State on the weekend of the January 26th. Boyce will finish his academic work this spring and that would leave Boyce three years to play two starting this fall.