"The season has been going pretty great, our line has been doing amazing and everything is clicking," said Ragin.
For Ragin, the summer was a nice boost to his senior year.
"Participating in The Opening, it really boosted my confidence and our team won the national (7on) championship, so that was a great feeling," said Ragin. "I got to play with a lot of great athletes on our team and that's just given me a lot of confidence and I've carried it over to the season."
"A lot of the Pac-12 schools like Oregon, Cal, Washington, Washington State and UCLA and then Boise State have been in contact with me," said Ragin. "I've dialogued quite a bit with Coach (Don) Pellum at Oregon and they're still looking at my film and I talked with Coach (Marques) Tuiasosopo at UCLA last week too."
"It's been a good experience, and been good to see how the environment is in college football," said Ragin.
Ragin can play a number of positions; outside linebacker, safety or running back, and his versatility is a draw for most schools.
"I have a couple schools that like me as an outside linebacker or safety, and some as a running back, so I'm really being recruited as an athlete," said Ragin. "I really want the coaches to know I have the ability to play multiple positions, so my versatility is important."
Ragin said he talks regularly with Oregon State and BYU too, but hasn't set up an official visit to either school.
"I don't have any visits set up yet," said Ragin. "I'm just letting things mellow and getting the film out and going from there."
Academically, Ragin has a 4.0 and scored a 1520 on the SAT.