SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Raekwon Davis has four weeks until National Signing Day to make sure Alabama is where he wants to play college football.
Davis, a four-star defensive tackle from Meridian (Miss.) High School, told SEC Country during a media session at the U.S. Army All-American game that he isn’t fully committed to the Crimson Tide.
“I am committed, but I am still weighing out all of my options,” Davis said. “I’m still looking around. I am still trying to see if there’s anything better for me. I don’t want to go to a college without looking around one more time. There might be better things for me.”
“There could be a lot of things better than Alabama,” Davis said. “I have all of these offers, and there may be a place that’s better than Bama. I just can’t go to Alabama without trying out these places.”
Some of those schools he plans on checking out include Mississippi State, Florida State, LSU and Miami. He has an official visit scheduled to Mississippi State on Jan. 15 and Alabama on Jan. 29.
The nation’s No. 12 defensive tackle admitted that he has some academic work he needs to complete in high school in order to be ready for college. It’s one of the main reasons why he may not be able to fit in visits to all of those schools.
“I still have to a couple of things to do to complete the qualifications for Alabama and LSU. I just have to get my work done.”
Davis is rated as the No. 6 overall prospect in the state of Mississippi and has been committed to Alabama since August of 2014.