Penn State Looks To Bring Daewood to Happy Valley

The Nittany Lions recently offered the rising Florida wideout. But what sort of interest does he have in James Franklin's program?

Florida three-star receiver Daewood Davis has had an interesting recruiting journey so far. First he was committed to Syracuse. Then he dropped the Orange in favor of Florida Atlantic.

Now some power programs are entering the fray and the 6-foot-2, 176-pounder can’t help but be interested. Among the latest schools to offer was Penn State.

"I wasn't surprised by the offer from PSU,” Davis said. “Coach (Josh) Gattis offered me previously, but I reclassified and he re-offered me.”

So what does the Nittany Lions’ “re-offer” mean to him.

“It changes my entire recruitment — gives me options that I didn't have,” Davis said. He added he does not know a lot about PSU, “but I am doing research right now."

He does know where he’ll be traveling this summer, though.

"I'll be visiting Georgia, Florida, Florida State, Penn State and several more,” he reported.

We asked Davis whether there is a chance he will switch commitments if he likes what he sees in Happy Valley.

"Yes sir,” he replied. “If the visit goes well, it is possible to flip my commitment to PSU. My commitment to FAU is not a strong commitment."

Loney’s Take: Even if Penn State does flip Davis, it looks like this situation will be fluid until Signing Day.

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