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Like a cornerback trying to reel in an interception, the Rams had Devron Davis and lost him. Of course, it was of no fault of the Rams. After news broke that Colorado State had landed the former three-star cornerback Wednesday, offers from other schools of the Power 5 conferences came in.
On Sunday, Davis announced via Twitter he has de-commited from CSU:
I appreciate all the love ram fans and coaches have showed but me my family have made the decision to open my recruiting back up!
— devron prime davis (@dheisman7) June 21, 2015
The other offers which likely made him reevaluate things? They were from Louisiana State of the South Eastern Conference and Arizona State of the Pac-12. The lure of playing for a program that could one day compete for the National Championship probably helped Davis make the decision.
According to Colorado Sate’s Rivals page, the Rams’ 2016 recruiting class consists of six players currently. Davis was the only cornerback, but CSU and head coach Mike Bobo have landed four three-star players so far. More players will be added soon.