Fremont (Ohio) Fremont Ross four-star receiver Terence Davis is already ranked as one of the nation's top 250 players. And now he's starting to reap the rewards of being ranked among the nation's best.
"Some colleges have been by the school to meet with my coaches about me," Davis, who is 6-foot-4 and 208 pounds, said.
"I know for sure that Bowling Green and Ball State have been there. I got a letter from N.C. State and Purdue saying they're also coming, but I haven't seen them up there yet. I know the schools that have offered me will be there, too.
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"This is really starting to pick up, and it's really great. It's exciting to see the coaches come by and know they're there to ask about you. It's really humbling."
Davis isn't satisfied with where he's at now, though. He's working hard this spring in both football and track, and he plans on attending several camps to get even better.
"I'm going to Michigan's camp this summer," he said. "That will be a big one, and then I'm going down to the NIKE Camp at Ohio State. I really want to test myself against the best players, and I've heard that's a big event."
With track season now fully underway, Davis said he's working hard in both the 100 and the 200.
"The 200 is my best event," he said. "I've run a 23.0 flat, but I did that with a bad hammy. Ever since the second track meet, it's been pulled. I've been taking it a little easy, but when it comes time to run, I run."
Davis said he fully expects another offer to develop soon from Bowling Green. He already has offers from Cincinnati, West Virginia and Miami University. Other schools like Alabama, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Notre Dame, Michigan and Purdue have all indicated they are also looking hard at him.