Raymond Davison is taking his time with recruiting and that's a good thing for the Encino (Calif.) Crespi defensive end because the longer he waits the more offers he receives.
Nevada is the latest offer for Davison, who also has Boise State, Colorado State, Iowa State, Navy, San Diego State and Wyoming on his list.
The 6-foot-2, 218-pound prospect said he's been talking more with Cal, Utah and Oregon State and he's going to wait a while longer to see if others get involved.
"I just got offered by Nevada so things are starting to heat back up now that coaches are allowed to call," Davison said.
"I'm kind of just waiting. We have three bye weeks this season so I'll have some off-time to visit schools. I'm kind of waiting to see which schools are really interested in me and then I'll take my officials. I plan to take some pretty soon and then some after the season, too."
Davison has emerged in recent weeks by landing offers and playing well for an Encino Crespi team that has won its first three games.
Because Crespi has numerous Division I prospects including Tyler Foreman and Brandon Arnold on defense, Davison could receive even more exposure as the season continues and coaches come to recruit.
That's one reason why Davison plans to remain patient through the season. With more interest from Pac-12 schools, the Crespi defensive end is excited about how things are going.
"I'm actually very happy," Davison said.
"My coach always told me not to worry about that and to write your resume through your film and your grades. That's what I'm doing is busting my butt in the classroom and working hard on the field so I can pick the school I want."