Junior RB from Fla. talks offers

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Jacksonville (Fla.) Ed White running back Javaris Davis reports double-digit offers coming off his junior campaign. This fall, he rushed for 966 yards and 12 touchdowns.
During the season he attended the UCF-Rutgers game along with the Georgia Tech-North Carolina contest. One thing really stood out to Davis on his trip to Orlando.
"It was great," noted Davis. "The best part of my trip was talking to Storm Johnson. He was telling me that UCF is a great program and I should really look into it. Plus I like their offense."
The Yellow Jackets offense intrigues Davis. He is used to the triple option look that Tech employs under head coach Paul Johnson.
"It was fun at Georgia Tech," stated the three-star prospect." The Wing-T offense is the same thing we run here at my school. We do run multiple offenses, but the Wing-T is a big part of what we do. I like that about Tech."
This summer he is planning to visit Florida State and Miami summer camp. He has been in contact with Lawrence Dawsey from FSU and Michael Barrow of UM.
Both could be close to offering according to Davis. As a kid he grew up a FSU fan and he has attended multiple games.
Some schools are recruiting him as an athlete, but he prefers running back at the next level.
As a junior he ran for 966 yards on 89 carries and 12 touchdowns on while adding 40 tackles and four interceptions on defense.
Davis said he talks to the Georgia Tech, UNC, and UCF on a daily basis and those schools are recruiting him the hardest right now.
Kynon Codrington is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for You can click here to follow him on Twitter.