The best player in Ohio that nobody has talked about yet is Alliance DB Kendall Davis. This is one of the top overall players in the state and will also be one of the most highly-recruited defensive backs in the Midwest.
A few schools are already all over him.
"He has been contacted by just about every major program in the country," said Alliance coach Ron Kuceyeski. "Michgan State, Miami of Ohio, and Bowling Green have already offered.
"I'm sure more are to follow. I send at least two films a day out on him."
Kendall was measured at 6'0, 192 lbs while at Michigan State and ran a 4.3 at Mount Union camp last July. He ran a 10.7 100 meter last year and will run the 100, 200, 400, and 400 relay this spring.
He excels at both RB and DB for Alliance, and there's a chance he could play either in college but most likely projects as a DB.
"He is also one of the most feared hitters in the league from his strong safety position," his coach said.
His game stats from last season are 1909 yards rushing on 245 carries with a
7.79 average and 22 TDs (four TDs on kickoff returns). He is not yet qualified
and will need to work to raise his marks.