Davison has two early favorites

Raymond Davison has seen his recruitment take off in recent months so the Encino (Calif.) Crespi defensive end does not want to make an early decision.
Still, Boise State and Iowa State have moved ahead in his recruitment although Davison said he's still open to all programs especially since some Pac-12 schools are showing interest.
"I'm kind of just waiting on my senior year and seeing how the season goes," Davison said.
"I'm planning for things to be much better than my junior year so I'm still taking it slow. I'm not rushing through the recruiting period right now. I don't want to make my final decision yet.
"I'm leaning toward those two schools out of the offers I have right now. It's nothing really serious though."
Boise State, Iowa State, Colorado State, Navy, San Diego State and Wyoming are the main offers for Davison, a 6-foot-2, 218-pound recruit who said Oregon State, Arizona, UCLA and Utah have shown increased interest recently.
"Those four Pac-12 schools have been recruiting me the hardest," Davison said.
"I've been getting a lot of letters from them and talking a lot to them. A lot of coaches visited me during the spring period and I've been asked to come to games."
It has been a good start for Davison and Encino Crespi as the team is coming off a convincing 35-20 victory at Tucson (Ariz.) Salpointe Catholic this past weekend.
Davison said he hopes the team continues to play so well and sees no reason why it cannot happen.
"It was a huge win," Davison said.
"It was a big statement. The Arizona newspapers said we were supposed to get demolished and it was the other way around. It was a big statement and it was exciting. There was a lot of energy on the field and I had a great time."