May 18, 2006
Show-Me State lineman adds offers
Pennsylvania, Missouri, Ohio, Arizona, Louisiana, Southern California, Northern California, Texas and Colorado
the Buffaloes' coaching staff has been all over the map during the May evaluation period. The early returns have been very positive as a number of highly regarded prospects from the 2007 class have expressed strong interest in the University of Colorado.
Demetrius Davis is one of the recent recruits to claim a scholarship offer from the Buffs.
The 6-foot-4, 275-pound defensive tackle from St. Joseph (Mo.) Benton also claims offers from Kansas State and Arkansas.
"I went to the Kansas City Combine and both Colorado and Arkansas were there," he explained. "Colorado said that I really impressed them
then they watched my film and really liked what they saw, so they offered me today."
Defensive coordinator Ron Collins is recruiting Davis from the Buffaloes' staff.
"I don't really know much about Arkansas to tell you the truth," he added. "I've heard they have very nice facilities and their coaches seem like nice guys."
Purdue, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri have also been by during the May evaluation period.
"I am going to visit some colleges in a couple weeks," Davis said. "I plan to check out Arkansas, Colorado and I will probably go to Kansas State again. I am going to the Iowa camp on June 3rd. I'd like to make an early decision, maybe in August sometime."
Does Davis have a favorite? "I love K-State," he expressed. "I love their coaching staff."
A first-team all-conference honoree in 2005, Davis recorded 70 tackles, 12 for a loss, six quarterback sacks, five forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
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