Ohio WR has two favorites

Wide receiver Terence Davis is one of the top prospects at his position in the Buckeye State and he now holds several offers. He has also narrowed his focus to two schools.
The 6-foot-4, 208-pound three-star prospect is an impressive physical speciman and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.55 seconds. On the year he has been spectacular for Fremont (Ohio) Fremont Ross with 597 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.
He has been primarily focused on his senior season so the recruiting process has been only a secondary interest until now.
"I went to a Michigan game earlier in the year," he explained. "It was the first game of the year, against Utah. I haven't done anything else yet, though. I haven't set up any official visits yet.
"Right now I'm really looking at West Virginia and Miami of Ohio. It's pretty much those two for now. I like West Virginia because of their offense. Their quarterback will run it or pass it and I like watching Noel Devine.
"Miami definitely passes a lot. The coach told me that if I commit there I would probably play my freshman year."
Davis holds offers from West Virginia, Miami-OH, Cincinnati, Akron and Ball State.
"I'm really just looking at West Virginia and Miami, though," he reiterated. "I would say West Virginia has a little edge."