Davis Says Tigers Even with Vols

James Davis and several of his teammates were in attendance Saturday night when the Tigers battled the Jackets. Did the Georgia standout enjoy his visit to Death Valley? CUTigers.com has all the details in this recruiting update.

RB James Davis
5-11, 185, 4.45
Douglass High School
Atlanta, Georgia

The 6-0, 205 pound running back traveled to Tiger Town with teammates Brandon Sesay and Roderick Battle. "I loved it when I went up there. We had a great time," said Davis Sunday evening.

The Douglass High trio were impressed with the visit and spent some time talking about the possibility of package deal. "They loved it too. We were talking on the way up there about all playing together."

The 82,000 plus left quite an impression on Davis and his teammates. "The crowd was great. They were so loud," said Davis.

Davis thought the Tigers had the game wrapped up so he and his teammates left early. "I left when it was 17-7. I couldn't believe it when I got home and saw on television that they had lost."

Some reports over the past few weeks had the Vols as the leader for Davis, but that is not the case according to the prize recruit. "I like both of them. I don't have a leader. Clemson and Tennessee are both on top."

The Clemson coaching staff made sure that Davis and his teammates felt welcome in the Valley. "They took me out on the field before the game. I was out there when they said a prayer with running backs."

The Douglass High superstar plans to wait until after his senior season to make his decision. "I will probably not make a decision until I take my official visits. I plan to take my officials after the season."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding running back from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.

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