June 3, 2012

Cowboys Offer Crespi HS Defensive End

The Wyoming Cowboys extended an offer to Encino linebacker Ray Davison last week, a prospect playing both defensive end and linebacker for Crespi Carmelite High School in California.

The 6-foot-2 and 220 pound player is being looked as both an outside linebacker and defensive end in college because of his athleticism for his size, while registering an impressive 4.69 in the 40-yard dash.

Davison has scholarship offers from Wyoming, San Diego State, Boise State and Navy, and potentially could have more on the way after he attends several summer camps including the Utah Elite camp where he received an invite.

"I'm going to check out some local camps including UCLA and Stanford," said Davision. "I really don't have a time table on a decision and need to figure out where is the best fit for me and my situation. I'll sit down with my family at some point and decide on the college."

Davison already posseses natural talent to play at FBS and plans to do the necessary preparation for the next level.

"I'm going to keep on working hard and making myself better," said Davison. "It needs to be done both on and off the field, in the weight room and understanding the game. I need to bring my hard hat and lunch pale."

The Cowboys look to be in a competitive battle for the hybrid LB/DE with the local Aztecs the first to offer him and then another coming from the Broncos.

He would be a good fit for the defensive scheme at UW, since the Pokes like to rotate between 3 and 4 man fronts and he appears to be a prospect with the ability to play both outside positions on defense. Davison has the makeup to play early in Laramie.

"They were my fourth offer (Wyoming) and it was a good pickup since they play at a good level," said Davison. "The coaches told me about the school, what they do and how they do their defense. It seems like a good fit for my type of play."

Davison has offers from Wyoming, San Diego State, Navy, and South Dakota State. He added his fifth offer on June 5th from Boise State.

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