At 6-foot-4 and 208-pounds, wide receiver Terence Davis runs the 40-yard dash in 4.55 seconds and no one has ever doubted his physical ability.
The Fremont (Ohio) Fremont Ross has had a few academic questions up to this point and that's all that's standing between him and his future on the football field.
Davis picked up offers from Cincinnati, West Virginia and Miami-OH earlier in the recruiting process but he hasn't spoken much to those schools more recently.
Despite that he's been in contact with one of college football's elite programs. He's hoping they extend an offer and he's planning on setting up a visit.
"I'm really looking at Michigan right now," Davis explained. "I've been talking to them a lot. They were supposed to come to my school last Thursday and Friday but we didn't have school because of snow.
"We were going to try to set up my official visit then but we didn't do it because school was canceled. I'm going to visit anyways, though.
"They said as soon as my ACT comes back and they find out I did good on that. I feel good about it. I think I got a good score."
Davis went on to say he would commit on the spot if he picks up an offer from the Wolverines. If not he will contact the coaches from West Virginia and Cincinnati and go from there.