St. Bonaventure (Calif.) defensive back Davonte Nunnery’s emphatic tweet on Thursday lends to believe that he is done with the recruiting process and is ready to join USC’s class come National Signing Day.
— davonte nunnery (@The_GOAT_4) January 30, 2014
Like Dixon, Nunnery was down to choosing between UCLA and the Trojans. The Bruins were also recruiting Nunnery as a preferred walk-on and hoped their cost of admission would be enough to get the defensive back enrolled in Westwood.
Nunnery’s sole scholarship offer was from New Mexico State.
While some may believe Nunnery is the beneficiary of his and Dixon’s desire to play at the same university, Nunnery could make an impact with the Trojans.
At 5-11, Nunnery has length and plays a position of need for the Trojans — cornerback.
The St. Bonaventure trio is expected to be on USC’s campus for unofficial visits on Sunday to watch the Super Bowl with several other prep players from the 2014 and 2015 classes.