If your team is looking for a versatile athlete who stands out at running back and corner then a good place to look would be three-star James Davis (5-8, 181, 4.53) from Monrovia, Calif.
Davis earned his league's Offensive MVP award as a junior after he rushed for 1,532 on a 179 carries and 24 touchdowns. He is also a solid receiver out of the backfield catching nine passes for 212 yards and two receiving touchdowns.
As a sophomore, Davis rushed for 767 yards and seven touchdowns. He even threw for a touchdown
Colleges are recruiting Davis as a corner where he racked up 40 tackles, 27 of which were solo. That is pretty good production from a corner. He also had four picks to his credit.
Where Davis ends up on the D-I level remains in doubt. It probably comes down to how much he grows. If Davis gets bigger he will end a running back, if his size remains pretty much the same then he could end up on defense.
The offer situation is still status quo as Davis stand at three offers from Colorado, Colorado State and Washington State. He continues to hear from Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington, Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Duke, Boston College, and Rutgers.
"As of right now my favorite school is Colorado," Davis said. "They are at this time the best fit for me, but I'm truly open at this time."
"Oregon State and Washington wanted to see me this summer in camp, but I couldn't make it," Davis said. "They are now going to wait until they see me up close once my senior begins."
"I didn't get to go to any college camps, but I did attend the NIKE Camp held at USC and the B2G camp," Davis said. "At the B2G camp is was like being in college camp.
"We would practice in the morning break and look at film and then have another practice. It was the way they do things on the D-I level. I learned a lot at the B2G camp.
"I haven't decided on any visits, yet," Davis said. "I'm going to want to see the colleges that I'm interested in schedules and what games I could go to and then I'm going to decide."
"It's going to come down to where I fit in best and then the weather."