One of the best linebacker prospects from Southern California is three-star John-Michael Davis (6-1, 225, 4.5) who will be playing his senior season at Las Flores (Calif.) Tesoro after previously playing at Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita. The talented linebacker has two offers and he could be closing on making his college decision.
Davis has offers from Boise State and New Mexico. He is getting serious recruiting attention from UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon and Cal. He attended UCLA's one-day camp earlier this month.
"It went pretty good," Davis said about his UCLA camp experience. "The coaches want to see me play this fall before offering."
"I'm actually going to Boise State (June 18th) to see how I like the school," Davis said. "There is a possibility that if I like the school, I'll commit."
"As of now I don't have any other plans to take any unofficial visits," Davis said. "It all depends on what happens."
What is Davis looking for in a school?
"A fun place to play because I'm going to be there for four years," Davis said. "I'm also looking for a school that has good academics."
Whoever lands ends up landing Davis will be getting a big, fast strong linebacker who is athletic enough and quick enough to cover receivers while he has the size and toughness hit people in the middle.
In the weight room, Davis currently benches 325, squats 525, power cleans 325 and has recorded a 34-inch vertical.
As a junior, Davis accounted for 80, tackles, three pass deflections, one interception and one fumble recovery. His performance saw him earn all-state honors.
At this time Boise State leads for his services.