Davis to graduate early

Five-star wide receiver / safety prospect Fred Davis from Toledo (Ohio) Rogers is in the middle of the recruiting process, but his recruitment may end earlier than originally anticipated. He is on pace to graduate in December, and if all goes well he will be in college in the spring.
“I am planning to graduate early,” he commented. “I am just waiting on the clearinghouse.” He is currently waiting on results of his latest SAT attempt and is scheduled to take it again on Dec. 12.
Davis has already taken official visits to Oklahoma (Sept. 19) and Southern Cal (Oct. 31) and is scheduled to visit Ohio State on Dec. 5 and Miami on Dec. 19. With the SAT on Dec. 12, he will not be able to take any more trips if he signs in December. He did get a chance though to visit Pitt unofficially over the weekend.
“It was cold, very cold,” he commented. “It was good though because I got to see two teams that I am looking at.” He did add, however, that his top four schools are the ones he is taking officials to. He had an in-home visit today with Miami assistant coach Rob Chudzinski and will host Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel tomorrow.
While on his visits he is looking for several things.
“I am looking at the school, playing time, and the players at my position,” he commented. “I am watching the coaches, the people, the environment; just the best fit for me.” He plans to make an announcement on Jan. 3 at the U.S. Army All-American game.
Rated the No. 21 player in the country and the No. 3 wide receiver by, Davis is 6-foot-4, weighs 210 pounds, and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. He is unsure of his senior stats, but his versatility allowed him to contribute as a quarterback, a running back, and a wide receiver.