S Cortez Davis Profile
CUTigers caught up with 2011 commit Cortez Davis to talk about the appearance of Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney and defensive ends coach Chris Rumph at Mainland HS in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Swinney and Rumph spoke to the Mainland coaches to see how things are going for Davis and his teammate and fellow commit Marlin Lane.
"I like how they came and checked up on us to see how we were doing, checking up on our school work and everything," Davis said.
Now that football season is over, he's hitting the hardwood with Mainland's basketball team. Davis said he's averaging 16 points/game through four games. At 6-4, 190 pounds, he's also hearing that basketball could also be in his future as a Tiger.
"I would like to play both of them," Davis said. "I've been watching the basketball team a lot. I've talked to one of the coaches."
Once basketball season is over in the next couple of months, he'll begin to focus on working out and getting ready for the camp circuit.
Considered to be a candidate as a four-star prospect, Davis is drawing attention from several schools. He's received offers from Oregon, Florida State and West Virginia. He said coaches from Michigan State, Rutgers and Purdue were at the school earlier this week.
Though he's committed to the Tigers, he'll listen to the other suitors and take visits to schools besides Clemson.
And does he still consider himself committed to Clemson?
"Oh yeah," Davis said.
Swinney, Rumph visit Mainland (Fla.)
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