Dozier will be patient

It's no secret that the Evergreen State is loaded with D-1 talent this year, but one of the first to get an offer was Lakes (Lakewood, Wa.) ATH Cedric Dozier, who was offered by Washington shortly after their Rising Stars camp last summer. Now, the talented prospect has six offers and he maintains he will continue to show patience as he moves through the recruiting process...

"I'm not in a hurry at all," Dozier told Dawgman.com after taking part in Sunday's Nike Camp at the University of Wash ington. "I want to take my visits and make sure I see all the things I need to see before I decide anything."

Dozier's six offers are from Washington, California, Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State and Colorado and he said none stick out above the others.

"They are all recruiting me hard and all are saying I can play on either side of the ball," Dozier said. "I don't know which side I prefer to play on. On one day it will be corner and the next day I want to play receiver.

"I have a good bond with the coaches at all the schools and I know that I have some great options available to me right now and I have some other schools that I want to see and visit before I start to think about setting up visits and stuff like that."

Dozier's performance at the Washington NFTC on Sunday was nothing short of phenomenal as he took part in both the defensive back drills as well as the wide receiver drills.

"I missed my ride, so I got up here sorta late," Dozier admitted with a sheepish smile. "When I got here though I started out with the receivers and felt like I did well and then on defense I felt like I had a good day too.

"There were a lot of great players out here with Zach (Banner), Josh (Garnett) and Jeff (Lindquist) and (Cyler Miles) and (Max Browne). I really liked getting out and competing and then I got to spend time learning things from the great coaches they had here."

We will continue to keep in touch with Dozier over the coming weeks and we will update news as it happens.

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