Two-way standout gets first offer

Three-star wide receiver/defensive back Kevin Cummings (6-2, 165, 4.5) from Encino (Calif.) Crespi is having an outstanding senior season on both sides of the ball. He recently received his first offer.
"My senior year is going great right now," Cummings said. "My team is 6-1, and I've been doing well on defense and offense."
"This year my goal is still to break 1,000 yards receiving," Cummings said." Right now I'm sitting at 450 yards, but we have a few games left plus playoffs to try and get that."
"I want to win a championship because last year we almost won but came up one game short. So that's what I'm trying to do."
"Colleges are recruiting me for both defensive back and wide receiver," Cummings said. "I'll play both in college. I'm been playing receiver mostly, but lately I've been playing some defensive back."
"This past week I got an offer from San Diego State to play safety," Cummings said. "I've also been talking to Stanford, San Jose State, Oregon State and Arizona State."
"San Diego State is my first offer so they're at the top of my list, but as more offers come in I'll continue to keep my options open," Cummings said. "When the season is over I'll have a chance to look over everything."
"I haven't set up any official visits yet, but I am talking to San Diego State about setting a visit up," Cummings said. "I would love to visit Oregon State and San Jose State. I'm around UCLA a lot so a visit wouldn't be that big but I'd love to get an offer from them.
What is Cummings looking for in a school?
"The important thing is whether I'll be able to play," Cummings said. "I'm all about competing, I want to compete. If they have wide receivers I'll come in and compete and hopefully take one of the spots. I just want to go to a school where I can see myself playing and hopefully doing big things."
What does Cummings like about the recruiting process?
"I just like how the schools show interest in you," Cummings said. "I like talking to all the coaches about their program, and how they run the program. It's confusing at times, but also fun."