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West Coast WR gets first offer

One of the State of California’s best wide receivers is David Gettis (6-4, 198, 4.4) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey. Gettis already has one offer on the table and two pending offers. The talented Mr. Gettis is also getting highly recruited for his talents on the track.
Gettis has great size, speed and hands. What else do you want in a wide receiver prospect?
What makes Gettis an even more valuable recruit is the fact that he plays for a school that runs the ball and he has learned how to be a very good blocker.
“We run the majority of the game,” Gettis said. “So I better be a good blocker.”
Gettis was second-team all-league selection as a junior after catching 24 passes for 496 yards and seven touchdowns while averaging 20.7 yards per catch.
Gettis really shined in track and field where he took the state in the 400-meter with a time of 47.1.
The 400-meter is one of the toughest events in track and field. You have to be mentally tough.
Gettis is already defending his crown and has the Golden State’s fastest time in the 400 with a 47.2.
Many of the nation’s best track programs have noticed Gettis and are showing interest in him. USC, ASU, Arkansas and Oklahoma are showing interest in Gettis for his track abilities.
More than likely football will be the sport that Gettis will take his scholarship in.
For football the Washington Huskies have already put an offer on the table for Gettis.
UCLA and USC are also showing a lot of interest and according to Gettis the Bruins and Trojans are going to offer him a scholie for football pending his SAT.
Oregon, ASU, Colorado and Oklahoma are also very interested in Gettis for his football skills.
What is Gettis looking for in a school?
“I am looking for a school that has an excellent mixture of academics and athletics,” Gettis said. “When you go to college, you get an education first and foremost.”
Gettis is very close to his family so staying close to home could be a very important consideration.
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