6-foot-3, 220 pound linebacker Davonte James has wrapped up his junior season.
"I could have played better but overall the season was good."
Even though James doesn't feel he did his best, schools are still picking up interest in the talented linebacker.
"I'm hearing from Penn State, Cincinnati, Washington, Indiana, Nebraska, Georgia and Georgia Tech."
So what are these schools discussing with the junior?
"They're telling me that they like me a lot. They also tell me about their school. I want to learn more."
In his junior season James recorded 105 tackles, one interception for a touchdown, one fumble forced, one fumble recovery and one sack."
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