"Washington was the first school to offer me. They have a great education and it's in the city. It's a great campus and they also have a great business school. I prefer a small town but it's a good place to get a job. There's an 80% chance I'll choose the Huskies but I still need to see them all in person.
"Washington State has been to my practice and have called but I'm not sure if they'll offer. They haven't talked about that at all.
"I like the area that Oregon is in. It's nice because it's a small town and everybody knows each other. It's a real nice campus and I have a friend who goes there (QB Johnny DuRocher).
"He says I should go there and it's cool to talk to someone who's gone through this.
"I haven't been down to UCLA but I hear they have a great business program. The football program is on-the-rise.
"I haven't decided if I'm going to try to also play basketball (F/C). I'm thinking about it and I may do both."
Rayford said he's in line to qualify, having a 3.5 GPA and scoring a 880 on the SAT.
Rayford's final senior season stats: 47 tackles/8 sacks/3 blocked FGs/2 BPs
Personal stats: BPs 270;SQs 400;VJ 39