After a six sack season last year, McKinney Boyd junior linebacker Bo Davis' recruiting could be faster.
"I would say that everything is pretty quiet. No one has offered as of yet," said Davis to PonyStampede.com.
Recently, he visited SMU junior day, after hitting multiple games this fall.
"I went to a couple games last year, so nothing was really that surprising. I thought it was pretty good and it was pretty informational. I liked that we got to see all the facilities," said Davis. "I would definitely be excited if they offered me...They would jump to the top, but I'm not going to commit anywhere early. I want to see how things pan out. I want to wait until at least my senior year."
Davis doesn't have his tackle total, but after talking with sources at McKinney Boyd, PonyStampede.com has learned that it was near 70 on the year.
Self described as a speed rusher from the linebacker position, Davis runs a 4.57 forty. At 6'2, 215 pounds, you can understand his move to another position for his senior year.
"This spring, they are going to move me to DE, but I'm hoping to play linebacker in college. I'm open to moving, whatever is good for my team," said the junior. "I should be faster than all the o-lineman that I go up against. I'm pretty strong, so I think I can play at about this weight and handle most offensive lineman."
Playing time is the most important to this recruit when the offers and choices do start coming in. He told Scout.com that he would even be open to playing D2 football, if it meant the best chance to play.
PonyStampede.com will have more updates as they becomes available.