Gaffney WR Quinshad Davis has landed an offer from Tennessee according to Indians coach Dan Jones. That’s his fourth offer to go along with ones from NC State, Wake Forest and Illinois. Clemson and USC are also showing interest in the Shrine Bowl selection.
Clemson was scheduled to visit today with RB Keith Marshall of Raleigh. Florida is on Thursday, USC Friday and Georgia Sunday. He announces Tuesday at 2:45 at his school.
Class of 2013 QB Connor Mitch (6-2 215) of Raleigh has offers from North Carolina, NC State and East Carolina and is hearing from Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Maryland and Mississippi State. “I camped at Clemson this summer and I loved the campus,” Mitch said. “It was a good camp. They have great facilities.” After leaving the camp, he drove through Columbia to take a look at the USC campus. He went on to say that he is interested in all schools showing interest in him. Mitch was in attendance for the Alabama-LSU game this season and left with a good impression. “It was an amazing atmosphere,” he said. “I can’t describe how great it was. I talked to coach (Chris) Rumph after the game and he told me he had enjoyed watching me play. I had a good time there.” He also attended games at East Carolina, UNC, NC State, Maryland, Florida and Florida State. As a junior, the quarterback threw for over 3900 yards, had 51 touchdowns through the air and another four on the ground. Mitch does not have any favorites.
RB Wes Brown of Olney, MD has scheduled an official visit for this weekend to Vanderbilt. USC is also one of the schools he’s considering for visits along with Maryland, Miami, Colorado, New Mexico and Michigan.
PK Nick St. Germain of Marietta, GA attended the Clemson-USC game last weekend on an unofficial visit. He also was at USC for the Florida game. The Gamecocks continue to show interest in St. Germain who is expecting recruiter GA Mangus to visit his school Thursday to see him as well as teammate DE Darius English who is a Gamecock commitment. Germain is hoping for a USC offer at some point though he knows the Gamecocks’ numbers are tight. “Coach Mangus said they are trying to find a slot where they can use me,” St. Germain said. He has offers from South Alabama, Georgia Southern and Middle Tennessee State. He’s also drawing interest from Georgia Tech. St. Germain said he’s not in the position to walk-on and would not be interested in doing that. This season he was 11 of 17 on field goals with a long of 49 yards. He also hit all 52 of his extra points. His career long field goal is 54 yards.