West Virginia already has three commitments from Ohioans in the Class of 2009 and they're looking to add a fourth in Fremont (Ohio) Fremont Ross wide receiver Terence Davis.
Davis has received scholarships from Ball State, Cincinnati, Marshall, Miami-OH and West Virginia. While he doesn't appear to be in a hurry to end the recruiting process the Mountaineers have earned a slight leg up on the competition.
"Not too much has changed with recruiting really. I've been talking mostly to Marshall and West Virginia.
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"I think I'm going to take an official at the end of December to West Virginia. I don't know about Marshall, though."
While he has been in regular contact with the Thundering Herd, Marshall is not in Davis' top two.
"I'm still looking at Cincinnati and Ball State, too. I'd say my top two is West Virginia and Cincinnati. Marshall has been talking to me a lot more lately, but I like those two. I'd say West Virginia is ahead by a little bit."
The 6-foot-4, 208-pound prospect is rated the No. 57 wide receiver in the nation.