JD's brother has 15 offers now

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Mike Davis - Running Back
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Height: 5-10   Weight: 195   Hometown: Stone Mountain, GA (Stephenson HS)   Class: 2012

Mike Davis is the younger brother of former Clemson great, James Davis who now plays in the NFL for the Washington Redskins.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

“These last few weeks have been really exciting for me,” said Davis, who had no scholarship offers at the turn of the New Year but has 15 as of today. “They really have. I’m starting to see that all my hard work is going to pay off. I’m starting to hear that coaches are interested in me. They’re watching my highlight film; they like what they see; they think I’ll fit in their system.”

Davis’s very first offer came from South Carolina the week of the Georgia Junior Bowl, which was played the second weekend in January. The latest came from Louisville on Tuesday. The last two weeks came a steady stream of offers from Clemson, Florida, FSU, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Memphis, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Penn State, UCF, USF and Vanderbilt.

Suddenly Davis finds himself awash in opportunity.

“Every morning I come to school I get a text from my coach telling me that this school has offered me or that one has offered me,” he said. “And I just get excited every time.”

Clemson has already offered Davis for next year's recruiting class.

Mike Davis is starting to make a name for himself

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Mike Davis Recruiting Profile
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