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Mike Davis - Running Back
TigerNet: (4.44)

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

From Dave Hooker of ESPN:

With two near misses, expect Clemson to focus on landing a top tailback in the 2013 class and try to let the tailbacks of 2012 become a distant memory.

Until the bitter end, the Tigers were in it late with five-star tailback Keith Marshall Keith Marshall
Running Back
5-11, 190
Raleigh, NC

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and four-star athlete Todd Gurley Todd Gurley
Running Back
6-1, 200
Tarboro, NC

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from Raleigh (N.C.) Millbrook, who is also expected to play tailback in college. Both ultimately picked Georgia. Marshall did so last month. Gurley did so on Friday.

As an alternative, Clemson could zero in on Mike Davis Mike Davis
Running Back
5-10, 195
Stone Mountain, GA

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from Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson but that looks to be a tough goal to accomplish becasuse South Carolina looks to be in prime position to land the four-star tailback.

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Davis rushed for 1,923 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior at Stephenson. Rushed for 1,200 yards rushing, 14 TDs, one on a kickoff return as a junior. Brother of former Tiger running back James Davis. The youngest of five siblings and ”the baby” in the Davis clan. Mike is seven years younger than James.

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