The state of Indiana has churned out top prospect after top prospect in recent years. In the 2011 class, one of the best from the Hoosier State is Jeremiah Davis. The combo guard from Muncie Central High School is finishing up a successful junior season as he continues to pull in significant recruiting interest.
Guards who can handle the ball, run a team, and score are always in demand, and at different times during his high school career, Davis has shown the ability to do all of those things. That is why he has picked up college attention from so many high level schools.
"Michigan State, Indiana, Ball State, Miami-Florida, Cincinnati, Dayton, UNLV, and basically all of the schools that have offered me," said Davis about which schools are showing him the most attention.
He currently holds offers from Cincinnati, Dayton, Indiana, Miami, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue, Tennessee and Xavier.
For Davis, having all the attention and coaches visiting him during games is an honor.
"It is great," said Davis of college coaches traveling to see him so often during the season. "Cincinnati was at one of my games, and people came up to me and congratulated me on having them there. I just think it is an honor that all the coaches want to come see me play."
While Davis is taking a look at his recruitment, he isn't planning on releasing a final list. Instead he will simply just make a choice when he feels he knows what is best for him and his future.
"I probably won't narrow it down," explained Davis of how he will go about selecting a school. "I will probably just make a decision when it feels right."
According to Davis there are some schools that are beginning to separate themselves, but he isn't quite ready to disclose them yet.
"There are a couple of schools that I like that standout, but I am going to keep that to myself," said Davis.
Davis wasn't ready to admit which schools are standing out, but he does plan to take a few more visits before the end of the season. As of now Michigan State and Dayton are on his travel docket.
When on the visits, Davis hopes to take a look at where he will fit in at each program. At 6-foot-3 and 195-pounds, the No. 40 ranked prospect in the Rivals150 can play both on and off the ball. While he can play both guard spots, Davis says right now he is working mostly off the ball.
"I think my year has gone pretty good," explained Davis. "I'm playing both, but mostly the two so the plays come my way."