Kansas Jayhawk Recruiting 2010: WR Mike Davis Offered

C.W. O'BrienCorrespondent IJanuary 22, 2009

Dallas-Skyline (TX) wide receiver Mike Davis has received an official offer from the University of Kansas. He is listed at 6'1", 185 lbs., and has been clocked at 4.49 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Davis is currently listed as a four-star prospect by Scout. He is also on the ESPN 150 watch list, the Rival 250 list, and the Scout 100 list. 

The Dallas area is a mecca for football talent, and Dallas-Skyline is no exception. It has produced five NFL players and annually has thee or more football players on the Rivals Texas Top 100 List. There are 22 former Skyline players on Division I rosters currently. Kansas is also recruiting Davis' Skyline teammate, Corey Nelson. 

Davis is a do-everything player. As a sophomore, he had 23 catches for 469 yards and four scores. As a junior, Davis had 58 catches for 1,138 yards and 16 scores. He also stars defensively. During his sophomore and junior years, he returned four interceptions for touchdowns, including two in a single game as a junior. 

As a receiver, he has soft hands and runs crisp routes. He has great acceleration at the snap and on cuts. He is not the type of player that can make a circus catch, but if it touches his hands, it is almost always a catch. He is reliable. 
Even at his current size, he could come in and be a playmaker. He is an every down receiver and has a knack for creating space and getting open. 
Davis is also being recruited by California, Florida, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, USC, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.  He has received offers from all but Florida, USC, and Texas.