Gettis packs bags for San Antonio

There are few players in the nation who have as much potential as a wide receiver as three-star David Gettis (6-4, 200, 4.4) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey. He has it all, size, speed and playmaking ability. It is safe to say that this two-sport standout has his best days on the gridiron ahead of him.
Gettis is a major talent in both football and track. He could end up representing the United States in the Olympics one day.
Gettis is the only one in the state of California's history to ever win back-to-back 400-meter crowns. He is the favorite to win it a third time.
As talented as Gettis is on the track, he will most likely sign a NLI for his skills on the gridiron.
For his senior season, Gettis was selected first-team all-city after hauling in 30 receptions for 599 yards and nine touchdowns.
The talented Mr. Gettis is currently on a plane heading for San Antonio, Texas where he will partake in the US Army All-American Bowl.
Gettis has offers from San Diego State, Baylor, Arizona, Arizona State and Washington. He has an offer from USC for his track skills.
So far Gettis has had two in-house visits. One from Baylor where he will take his first visit on January 21st and USC had an in-house for track.
"I hope to make up my mind where I'm going to college before signing day," Gettis said. "I want to see how my visit to Baylor goes and see what other visits I set up."