Listed as an athlete, Dozier was selected to the US Army Bowl to play corner, so that’s where I’m going to project him at as well. He is very quick, has great field vision, and has great hands. Dozier plays for Lakes High School in Lakewood, WA where another big name recruit, offensive tackle Zach Banner, also plays.
Dozier has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Vanderbilt, and Washington and it seems as though his recruitment is coming to an end. The question is, where will he land?
Last recruiting class, Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian claimed that he wanted to “put a fence around the state of Washington” by which he meant that he wanted to keep all the top recruits in their backyard, stay home. While the staff at Washington had great success last year, keeping national talent like Kasen Williams and Austin Seferian-Jenkins home, they have not been doing well this year. Already, they have lost tight end Caleb Smith (Kent, WA) to Oregon State and offensive tackle Walker Williams (Tacoma, WA) to Wisconsin. Unfortunately for UW fans, Dozier will most likely join that list. He has been very high on Cal and it does not appear anyone is going to be able to change his mind.