Georgia offer meant alot to Mike Davis

by - 2011-12-07 14:31:52.0
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Mike Davis - RB
Height: 5-10   Weight: 195   Hometown: Stone Mountain, GA (Stephenson HS)   Class: 2012

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UGA recruiting coordinator Rodney Garner called Stephenson’s coaches on Monday night to confirm that Davis de-committed from Florida. Garner showed up in person the next day at the Stone Mountain school to offer Davis.

“Georgia saw Mike as a junior and they were slow to react,” Stephenson assistant Corey Johnson said. “They said now that they had a second chance, they were going to move very fast with a scholarship offer and they did. Mike was excited and thankful for the offer.”

Around 30 colleges have inquired about Davis since he abruptly backed off his longtime commitment to Florida because of a “misunderstanding with the [coaches].”

Who else is in the running for Mike Davis Mike Davis
Running Back
5-10, 195
Stone Mountain, GA

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? “I talked with Mike and he said the Georgia offer meant a lot to him,” said Rusty Mansell, National Recruiting Analyst for 247Sports. “I know his mother would like for him to stay close to home for college. I’d say it is wide open for Mike. He’s starting over again from scratch. He has got some teams he’s going to visit. I feel like Georgia will get a visit, along with South Carolina, maybe FSU and Alabama. He’s already been to Tennessee.”

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