The 6-4, 265 pound offensive line prospect Jevon Davis is receiving interest from a good number of schools as he waits for his first official scholarship offer. "I am still waiting on my first offer," Davis told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "But Virginia Tech, Clemson, South Carolina, Duke, North Carolina and North Carolina State are all showing interest."
When asked if he has any favorites, Davis responded, "No, I don't have any favorites yet. I want to wait and see who offers."
Who is recruiting the talented lineman the hardest at this time? "It would probably be Virginia Tech. They are sending me something almost every week," Davis said.
The talented lineman may visit Clemson later this fall if everything works out the way he wants. "I have not set any plans yet," he said.
But I do want to check out a couple of Clemson games this fall. I hope to come up there and see what it's all about."
Davis and his teammates at Lakewood High are preparing for the upcoming season. "I am working hard to get ready for this season. We have already started practice and it's been really hot. We play our first game on the 26th," he said.
Davis did not attend any summer camps summer but did go to the NIKE Combine in Athens, Ga.
SC Lineman Awaiting First Offer
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