Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby High School wide receiver Tavis James has picked up two new scholarship offers. The 5-foot-10 and 180-pound James held offers from Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Middle Tennessee, Memphis, Samford, Stetson and Wofford heading into this season.
“Kent State and Charleston Southern have offered Tavis,” said Godby head coach Ronnie Cottrell.
Coach Cottrell thinks that the senior has what it takes to be a good player at the college level.
“Tavis is doing really well, playing really well,” continued Coach Cottrell. “I think he is a Division-I player. He has made a lot of big plays for us in our big games. I think Tavis will really be a fine football player for someone in college.”
James leads Godby in receiving yardage and is second on the team in receptions despite a Godby roster that is stocked with talent at the skill positions. The senior has caught 13 passes for 374 yards with seven catches resulting in scores.
Other schools that have shown an interest in the playmaking receiver are Michigan State and Southern Miss.
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