The saga of where Raekwon Davis will play college football continues.
To catch everyone up to speed, here’s what we know so far: Sunday morning, Davis told SEC Country through his Twitter account that he had flipped from Alabama to Mississippi State, shortly after being on an official visit to Starkville, Miss. Dan Mullen then tweeted out, through his verified Twitter account, that the Bulldogs picked up a commitment around this time.
A couple of hours later on the phone, Davis told us that he was committed to Alabama. He changed his Twitter bio from ‘Committed to MSU’ to ‘Committed to Bama.’ Davis claims his Twitter was hacked.
ESPN, Scout and 247Sports list Davis as a Mississippi State commit, while Rivals lists him as committed to Alabama.
On Monday, Davis deleted the ‘Committed to Bama,” portion of his Twitter bio, and where things stand right now remain unknown. Davis did not respond to SEC Country’s requests for comment on Monday.
It’s very likely that both Mississippi State and Alabama believe he’s committed to their respective program. As of now, Davis is expected to take an official visit to Florida State this weekend and Alabama on Jan. 29. It remains to be seen whether or not either visit will actually take place.
Before supposedly de-committing from Alabama, Davis was/is the Crimson Tide’s longest-tenured commit, having committed back in August of 2014.
Whichever school Davis does decide to pick on National Signing Day, it’s very likely that he will enroll in junior college. As of two weeks ago, he told SEC Country that he did not have the academic qualifications to enroll at Alabama as of the time of that interview.
The U.S. Army All-American is rated as the nation’s No. 12 defensive tackle and recorded 55 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks.