Davis will not rush decision

Kevin Davis is still sitting with two offers from Air Force and Colorado State but the Fountain (Colo.) Fountain Fort Carson outside linebacker is willing to wait through the spring and summer to see if other programs get involved.
Oregon, Vanderbilt and Wyoming are the main schools showing interest in Davis, a 6-foot-2, 218-pound recruit who said he's still wide open in his recruitment and won't rush a decision.
"I'm taking it slow," Davis said. "That's kind of how I'm going about it. I want to see how many offers I can really get. Any offer from any school is really great.

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"If I get enough I'd like to do it before my senior year. I'd like to get it done at least before the season starts."
Davis has already visited both Colorado State and Air Force. Each school impressed him in different ways but not enough to make a commitment at this time. Patience is going to be the key throughout the next couple months as more programs stop by his school and show interest.
"(Colorado State) is a very nice school with a great coaching staff," Davis said. "That really stood out to me and they're going to do some good things in the future.
"(At Air Force), I really wanted to see the place overall and see the facilities. I want to meet the coaching staff more, too."
In his junior season, Davis finished with 103 tackles, seven sacks, three fumble recoveries and an interception. He also played offense and was his team's punter and kicker.
Davis told Rivals.com in February that he would prefer to play at an in-state school and that Colorado and Colorado State have been the most involved.