You can make an argument that Braves Wyatt Davis is the top offensive line prospect in the West region right now as a junior. After a tremendous sophomore year, Davis has been even more dominant through three games this season (see early season highlights above).
Davis has played primarily left tackle this season but we currently have him projected as guard at the next level. He does move well enough to play some right tackle in college and is more athlete than former Brave and current USC lineman Damien Mama. Davis plays through the whistle, is incredibly strong and plays with advanced technique for a young lineman.
On the recruiting front, Davis already has offers from schools all over the country and landed another big one on Monday.
"I picked up an offer from Stanford," Davis said. "They have been recruiting me for awhile so it was good to get that offer. Coach Bloomgren is the one recruiting me from Stanford and I'm going to definitely try and get out there for a game later this year if I can.
"I'll be going to the USC-Stanford game this weekend at the Coliseum. The last two weeks I've gone up to Cal to see my brother (David Davis) and I'm going to get to UCLA for a game as well. I'm going to try and go watch a team from outside the West as well but haven't figured out where right now."
Davis, who has no plans to make an early decision, said a handful of schools from the Pac 12 and SEC are currently on him hardest.
"From the Pac 12, it's the four in-state schools, Cal, Stanford, USC and UCLA," Davis said. "From the SEC, it's Alabama, Florida and Texas A&M and Miami out of the ACC is recruiting me hard as well.
Right now, I'm just enjoying the process and enjoying getting to know all the coaches from these schools. I'm not close to narrowing things down, I'm still learning about all these schools and will get to that down the road."