RB James Davis
6-0, 205, 4.55
Douglass High School
It was only late last week that Atlanta native James Davis went on the record with Clemson as his clear leader in the recruiting process.
Just five days later, it appears as though things may have come full circle.
In an interview Tuesday night, Davis told CUTigers.com that another team has gained some momentum for his services.
"Clemson still leads a over Virginia Tech right now. Things are a little tighter, but Clemson leads. I still want to take my visits and everything before I make a decision, but I'll probably commit in January," said Davis.
Davis is scheduled to visit Clemson officially during the Tigers' big recruiting weekend of January 15.
Today, Davis scored the only touchdown of the day in the annual North/South All-Star game held in Columbus, Georgia. His team won, 13-0.
"I think I had about 10 carries for over 70 yards, but I don't know my exact stats," said Davis. "I scored from about 30 yards out."
The four-star running back also said that he spent some time talking with Antonio Clay during the last few days. "I talked with Antonio about Clemson a little bit. That was good. We got along pretty good," added Davis.
We will continue to keep you updated on James Davis, right up through signing day.
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