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  Jeremy Davis, WR, Fort Myers High via New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford Academy Ht: 5-11 Wt: 162 Class: 2010 Recruiting Buzz: After a long journey, highly-touted prospect Jeremy Davis officially enrolled at UCF in January 2012. Davis signed with Miami in 2010, but he didn't qualify academically and headed to Milford Academy in New York. He wrapped up prep school and was scheduled to enroll at Miami in January 2011, but new Hurricanes coach Al Golden and his staff backed off their scholarship offer. Davis had offers from Louisville, Pittsburgh, USF, Vanderbilt, Washington and North Carolina, but he ultimately chose the Knights. He was set to officially join the UCF football program for the 2011 season, but an injury forced Davis to leave the program for the fall semester and grayshirt to avoid starting his NCAA eligibility clock while recovering. He finally enrolled at UCF in January and has the potential to have an immediate impact following the departure of All-Conference USA cornerback Josh Robinson. Coming out of Fort Myers High, Davis was rated a three-star athlete. He was listed as the No. 49 cornerback by Scout.com and No. 77 wide receiver by Rivals.com. He was ranked No. 92 prospect on the Bill Buchalter's Florida Top 100 State List. Davis had 71 tackles, four interceptions, one interception returned for a touchdown, 15 pass break-ups and three blocked punts as a senior. On offense, he had 72 carries for 1,047 yards and 15 touchdowns. As a junior, he had 30 catches for 500 yards and 12 touchdowns. Davis among the fastest athletes in UCF???s recruiting class, posting a time of 10.4 seconds in the 100-meter dash and 21.2 seconds in the 200-meter dash. Davis is the half-brother of former Miami player Phillip Buchanan. Rankings: Sentinel Florida Top 100: 92 Rivals.com position rank: 75     Back to Sentinel's Recruiting front page Back to Sentinel's Florida Recruiting blog Click for Florida Top 100 FORT MYERS NEWS PRESS PHOTO
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