HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) class of 2016 offensive lineman Terrance Davis is up to a dozen offers from schools throughout the SEC, Big Ten and ACC. Maryland was his first verbal, however, and the 6-foot-4, 310-pounder has been warming up to the hometown school as of late. Davis has a good rapport with area recruiter Mike Locksley and has enjoyed both Terps' games he's attended this year, including the Oct. 4 bout against Ohio State. It's still early for Davis, though, and there are plenty of schools on his mind like Alabama, Florida State, Penn State and Tennessee.
See what Davis had to say in the video below:
Davis Singing Terps' Praises After Visits
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