MIAMI, Fla. - Oakland Park (Fla.) Northeast offensive tackle Kameron Davis has been offered by more than a dozen schools throughout the recruiting process, but at this point and time he is focused on three schools.
"I am hearing from ECU and West Virginia a lot, also USF," Davis said. "Those are my top three right now. I know that later on more schools are going to come. I am just staying open until February 2nd."
So far, the 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive tackle has taken a pair of official visits.
"I have been to West Virginia and ECU," Davis said.
Davis visited East Carolina in early September when they hosted Virginia Tech. He has stayed in regular contact with Ruffin McNeill and his staff.
"With East Carolina, they are giving me a great opportunity," Davis said. "The coaches came through and built a relationship with me and my parents. My parents really like them."
He made his way to Morgantown in October when the Mountaineers hosted Connecticut. He feels an early opportunity to contribute exists there.
"West Virginia runs the same exact offense as my high school," Davis said. "The zone read concept, all of that, is very similar. I think I could come in there and pick everything up really fast."
As for his third finalist, he will see them during January.
"I am going to visit USF in January," Davis said. "I am going there on January 13th."
At this point, the three-star lineman doesn't claim a leader.
"It is pretty even amongst the three," Davis said. "I am going to have a hard decision. I really like all three schools."