Dawson claims no leader yet

Kahlil Dawson was one of the better cornerbacks at the recent U.S. Army National Combine and now the Graham (Wash.) Graham-Kapowsin prospect is hoping his recruitment picks up even more.
So far, Wyoming has offered the 5-foot-9, 160-pound prospect and he's hearing from Washington State, Oregon State, Utah and Colorado but hopes things get even busier by the start of his senior season.
At this point in his recruitment, Dawson is taking his time and remaining patient. No favorite has emerged since it's still so early.
"My recruiting is starting to pick up a little bit and I think it will get more intense now that signing day is over and everyone is committed," Dawson said.
"Pretty much what I'm doing right now is seeing how it plays out and then I'll start going to team camps and going on unofficial visits toward the summertime."
Dawson, who made the Army All-Combine Defense team after his performance in San Antonio, said he would like to visit all the schools that are involved with him especially Washington State.
The Washington prospect said trips to Colorado, Utah and Wyoming would also be great but he's not entirely sure of his schedule since it's still so early.
Because more teams might get involved or he could pick up more offers, Dawson said there is no leader yet and he wants to remain patient.
"There's really no favorite," Dawson said. "I just want to see how things play out so I'm just waiting right now."