Davis Will Have Active Summer

May 28 -- The elite sophomore offensive guard is already past the double-digit offer mark...

Wyatt Davis had a dominant sophomore year for the St. John Bosco Braves last season. He starred at right tackle but will likely move inside at the next level. He has a great frame, moves very well and plays with the toughness and physicality you have to have to play at the next level.

On the recruiting front, Davis has already blown past the double digit scholarship offer mark with his first offer coming in from Alabama earlier in the year. Last week, Davis landed an offer from Michigan and plans to get out to Ann Arbor over the summer.

"I'm always excited about every new offer I get but the offer from Michigan is one I was really hoping for," Davis said. "I had a lot of interest in Michigan because of Coach Drevno, the OL coach there. He was recruiting me when he was at USC so when he went to Michigan, I wanted to hear from them so it was great that I got that offer.

"I'm going to visit there this summer and I'm looking forward to seeing the campus and learning more about the place. I'm going to do a lot of visits in the summer. I'll check out Tennessee, Oklahoma, Missouri, Vanderbilt, Arizona and Arizona State. Vandy hasn't offered yet but they've been by the school a couple of times and Tennessee hasn't offered yet either but I've heard great things about them and would love to hear more from them."

Davis has already visited several programs including Alabama, Miami, Florida and Central Florida. Out West, he has been to California multiple times as his older brother David Davis plays for the Bears as well as USC and UCLA.

"I like the local schools too but this summer, I'm going to get to the schools I haven't seen before," Davis said. "Right now, I'm still open to everyone and haven't even thought about cutting my list down. I like all the schools equally and I'm planning to go through the recruiting process and do my official visits in the fall.

"Growing up, I was actually more of a basketball player and didn't start to focus on football until my freshman year. So I never had any favorites or anything, there wasn't one school that I grew up rooting for. That's why I'm open to everyone and just excited to play the process out and see what happens."

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