Plans Coming Into Focus for Ocean Lakes Stars

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WR/QB Randall Dunn are two of the top uncommitted seniors left in the state of Virginia, but both have lined up official visits for this month and could made decisions before the end of the month according to Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA) head coach Jim Prince. Davis has officials lined up for each of the next three weekends, while Dunn has two visits set with one in the works.

Davis, a 6-5, 215-pound prospect that earned 1st-team all-Tidewater honors for his senior season performance, has already made official visits to Connecticut and Penn State. He plans to head to Knoxville, Tennessee, this weekend.

“Marcus has got Tennessee, Virginia Tech and UNC,” Prince said. “He will go to Tennessee this weekend after his basketball game. Then he will go to Virginia Tech [on the 18th] and then to UNC [on the 25th].”

Virginia has kept recruiting Davis, but the Cavs are currently on the outside looking in.

“Marcus told them right now that they weren’t one of the top schools he is considering,” Prince said.

Where Davis may be leaning is anyone’s guess at this point.

“I think everything depends on Marcus’ visits,” Prince said. “He is keeping as hushed a mouth as he can. He does not say anything one way or the other.”

An intriguing prospect, Davis was the starting signal caller for Ocean Lakes this past season. He turned in a big-time performance all season long, passing for over 1,800 yards and 20 touchdowns and rushing for 858 yards and 12 touchdowns. He initially projected as a wide receiver or H-back type on the next level, but in light of his senior year performance some programs such as Virginia Tech have discussed quarterback.

Dunn, who earned his Division 1A offers after a breakout senior season, had planned to go to UNC this weekend, but that visit has now been rescheduled for the weekend of the 25th. Besides UNC, Dunn would like to visit two other programs before making a commitment.