Tiger Source: James Davis Misses Practice

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Davis rushed for 2500 yards and 28 touchdowns on 350 carries in high school.

CLEMSON -- After the morning practice on Thursday it was announced that freshman running back James Davis has
left school to return home to Atlanta. Head football coach Tommy Bowden will comment on the situation after practice this evening.

Davis was the headliner in Bowden's last recruiting class as he chose Clemson over Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech. As a senior in high school he rushed
for 2500 yards and 28 touchdowns on 350 carries including two 300+ yards games.

Update: Davis is scheduled to be back on campus tommorrow night. He will participate in the scrimmage on Saturday.

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