Bearcats Looking Hard At Receiver

Showing all the tools needed to have success at the next level. This Ohio wide receiver is getting interest from the Bearcats and also a few other programs. We have the latest...

When Brian Kelly was hired as head coach at the University of Cincinnati he stressed the need for talented wide receivers. Having signed D.J. Woods just a few weeks ago made Kelly a very happy coach, but finding more depth at the position is a must and this Ohio product is hearing from the Bearcats with a possible offer just around the corner.

Standing a shade under 6-foot-5, 205-pounds makes Terence Davis of Fremont Ross High School is a force to be reckon with on the football field. Last Wednesday night he took part in a combine showing off is abilities and proving he belongs with some of the upper talents in Ohio.

"Right now Terence holds no offers but we expect this to change very soon," said Fremont Ross head coach Derek Kidwell. "Terence has been invited to visit Notre Dame this weekend and he'll then go to Cincinnati on March 2-nd for their Junior Day."

While Davis doesn't hold an offer in hand as of today, it's very likely he'll soon be holding one as he fits the type of player Brian Kelly has gone after since taking over the Bearcats head job.

On Wednesday Bearcat Insider saw Davis at the Cleveland Combine and found a player with great upside who brings athletic ability, great hands and speed for a player his size. Terence reports a 4.5 forty time from the combine as well as a 4.4 shuttle.

"Terence has soft hands and never gets swallowed up by the football and he gets nice separation," continued coach Kidwell about his star wide receiver. "I feel he'll stay on the outside and feel he needs to work on his blocking."

Kidwell knows about talent as he was Ohio's Mr. Football in 1991 as he led Fostoria to the 1991 Division II state championship. After his career was over at Bowling Green he entered the coaching ranks and has been at Fremont Ross since 2004.

We'll continue to follow Terence as he prepares to earn his first college offer in the coming weeks.

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