Canton McKinley is one of Ohio's top talent-producing high schools, and rising junior Jamal Davis
might be their top prospect.
Davis, 6-foot-2, 210-pounds, has added 20 pounds since last season and has kept the speed that has college coaches in contact with McKinley head coach Todd Filtz.
Several schools now know about this tackling machine, and he put himself on the Ohio State radar with his fine performance at their recent two-day position camp for underclassmen.
Davis also being recruited by Arkansas, Cincinnati, Syracuse, Wisconsin, and others.
The linebacker class in Ohio is stacked for the class of 2014, and Canton McKinley's Jamal Davis is now in the discussion following two impressive days at Ohio State's summer camp. Here is a video interview with the rising junior.
Davis started as a sophomore at Canton McKinley.