Posted On: 02/25/21 7:19 AM
One of Southern California’s top defensive backs in the class of 2022 announced his commitment to the University of Arizona on Monday.
Tacario Davis Tacario Davis 6'2" | DB Millikan | 2022 State CA from Millikan High (Long Beach) chose Arizona over Arizona State and Kansas. The 6-foot-2 cornerback is the No. 11 defensive back in California’s 2022 class according to Prep Redzone and the No. 90 player overall in the state.
Davis took an unofficial visit to the school on Sunday and committed within 24 hours.
“I think Arizona is the best place for me to get developed, not just as a player but a person,” Davis told Greg Biggins of 247Sports. “For me, it’s not all about football, it’s about player development and I think the new Arizona staff can help me become a better man and I’m really blessed with the opportunity.”
Davis would have had many more offers if there was a traditional fall football season and spring. Millikan will start its football season in March and other schools will be sure to continue to target him despite his early commitment.
After a great visit to The University of Arizona campus, I saw myself being a Wildcat! After talks with my coach and family I would like to say I’m 100% committed to being a WILDCAT #ITSPERSONAL #BearDown 🐻🐻⬇️⬇️❤️🤍@ArizonaFBall @MillikanHSFB pic.twitter.com/8PssHUIX73
— Tacario Davis (@TacarioD) February 22, 2021
UNLV lands sleeper QB
Class of 2021 quarterback Matthew Geeting from Chino Hills committed to UNLV last Wednesday.
He was previously committed to Middle Tennessee State last June but reopened his recruitment in January.
Geeting is 6-foot-5 and just under 200 pounds and had a very good junior season for Chino Hills. He threw for 2,524 yards and 27 touchdowns.
He is a pure pocket passer with an accurate arm and makes good decisions.
Geeting is one of 11 players from California in UNLV’s 2021 recruiting class, which ranks second in the Mountain West Conference. He is the second quarterback in the class, joining Cameron Friel from Kailua, Hawaii.
San Diego star gets local offer
Rising star Jahlil Florence from Lincoln High (San Diego) was offered by San Diego State.
Florence was named Defensive MVP at the National Preps Showcase in San Diego and played on the 619 Dream Chasers, a 7-on-7 team that won the national championship in Florida.
He previously had an offer from Morgan State and his recruitment is going to blow up after he plays his junior season next month and has another offseason of dominating camps.
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— 𝐂𝐨𝐚𝐜𝐡 𝐇𝐞𝐟 (@Coach_Hefley) January 21, 2021
Sierra Canyon underclassman lands first offer
Defensive end Caden Harman from Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth) landed his first offer from Columbia last week.
Harman led Sierra Canyon in sacks last season with 12 which is impressive for a sophomore. He had 31 tackles and has gained some weight this long offseason and is near 250 pounds.
He will gain some steam when Sierra Canyon plays its short season the next two months and after another offseason of camps and weight lifting.
Excited to announce after talking with @CoachRyanLarsen I have received my first D1 offer from Columbia University!!!
@CULionsFB @BrandonHuffman @adamgorney @GregBiggins pic.twitter.com/wwdRyATGdw
— Caden Harman (@caden_harman) February 20, 2021
2024 athlete gets early Pac 12 offers
Kobe Boykin from Orange landed three Pac 12 offers in the past week.
Arizona State, Arizona and Colorado have all offered the class of 2024 athlete.
He has impressive film from a couple of club leagues including the Winner Circle Champions League. He is a receiver and defensive back type with elite speed and great hands.
— Kobe Boykin (@kobe_4thawin) January 18, 2021