Another offer on the table for Pinnacle High School's 6-foot-8, 220-pound senior post Cody McDavis. After receiving his second division-I offer recently, McDavis now has three on the table for himself.
This week, after already receiving offers from UC-Davis and Northern Colorado, Davis received a phone call and an official offer from UC-Riverside assistant coach Chris Brazelton.
Davis is expected to take his first official recruiting visit this weekend when he visits the UC-Davis campus.
McDavis had his best season to date in helping lead Pinnacle HS to a strong 2011-2012 season and a 30-4 record.
McDavis advised me that he really likes each school as a possible future destinations for himself, but that he is taking his time this spring in the recruiting process. He does not have a timetable for a decision, but plans to make a decision before May.
McDavis also advised me that he has offers on the table from smaller college programs as well. Colorado School of Mines (CO) and Bemidji State (MN) have both offered scholarships to McDavis as well.
McDavis has excellent potential as a college prospect as he possesses a very strong and athletic frame. Standing 6-8 in heigth and possessing a good-size body already for the college level, he will simply need to continue to improve his overall feel for the game to reach his full potential as a player.
McDavis is also an impressive student, and carries a 3.8 CUM GPA.
We will continue to follow McDavis' college recruitment closely this spring, and bring you any updates as they continue to develop.
Arizona Hoop Review Scouting Report: McDavis has excellent potential as a college prospect as he possesses a very strong and athletic frame. Standing 6-8 in heigth and possessing a good-size body already for the college level, he will simply need to continue to improve his overall feel for the game to reach his full potential as a player. His best asset is his soft shooting stroke from the perimeter, which he shoots with consistency. He is also a good low-post scorer with solid low post footwork. He is a stretch four-man that should only continue to improve with more touches of the basketball and more time in the gym. McDavis is an active rebounder that enjoys physical contact. He is also a very strong finisher around the basket, and also rebounds outside of his area. McDavis runs the floor very well and is a very good athlete for his size, as he has the physical tools to become a tremendous talent. He also has excellent upside for the future. His best years are clearly well ahead of him.