RB James Davis
6-0, 205, 4.55
Douglass High School
The 6-0, 205 pound prospect plans to take an unofficial visit to Clemson this weekend. "I am planning to go up there on Saturday. I'm thinking about going up for the North Carolina State basketball game," Davis told CUTigers.com.
When asked if he is firm with his commitment to the Tigers, Davis responded, "Yes, I'm firm with Clemson."
Is there anything at this point that could change his commitment? "No, nothing."
The Georgia standout is glad to have the pressure of deciding where to play next season behind him. "It feels good to have it behind me. It's a lot easier than it was before," said the four-star running back.
Davis also plans to work hard to prepare himself for practices in August. "I am going to workout with a trainer. I may also run track or play baseball this spring."
The prize recruit hopes to be able to room with good friend Ramon McElrathbey next year. "We are talking about rooming together," stated Davis. "That would good to be able to pull that off."
Some reports had Douglass High teammate Brandon Sesay giving the Tigers a second look. "No, that's not correct. Brandon is still firm with Georgia from what I know."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding running back from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.
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