Dexter Davis was one of the best cornerbacks in Clemson history and went on to a six year NFL career with the Cardinals and Rams. Following in his footsteps is his son Dexter (5-8 155) who is a junior in Kennesaw, GA.
According to the elder Davis, Clemson is now showing interest in his son who has offers from Army, Hawaii and Georgia State. He's also getting interest from Oregon, Southern Cal, Illinois, Stanford, Penn State, Georgia Tech, Purdue and Harvard.
This season Davis has 24 tackles, including 7 for loss, and 2 interceptions. He's also broken up 4 passes. "He 's been compared to Earl Thomas, Tim Jennings and Brent Grimes," his dad said. "He plays bigger than 5-8."
The Davis' plan to attend the Army-Navy game at the invite of the Black Knights. They've also been invited to Georgia Tech, Oregon, Mercer, Georgia State, Purdue and Illinois. His top schools right now are Army, Georgia State, Hawaii and Oregon.
Davis has been invited to the US Army Combine and the Georgia Rising Seniors All Star Game in December.