Carlton Davis, a Miami safety, finally opened up about his commitment to Ohio State and this comes a day after Ohio State University lost a very promising commitment of the year 2014 due to an injury. The coming of Carlton Davis therefore gave the football brain trust at OSU some relief on Monday evening. The report concerning Davis' commitment came from nowhere because Scout's Corey Bender as well as Ryan Bartow of 247Sports alleged without confirmation that Buckeyes had landed the commitment of Davis, a Miami product. Both Bender and Bartow later revealed that Davis made the commitment on air at 560 A.M in Miami, his hometown.
About Carlton Davis
Carlton who is 6'1'' tall and weighs 182-pound previously played safety while at Norland High School in Miami and he boasts as a three-star in the rankings conducted by 247Sports Composite. In the 2014 class, Davis ranks as the 745th player, 58th overall corner back, as well as 97th best player coming from Florida. Interestingly, apart from Miami (FL), no other expert on the Crystal Ball of 247Sports foresaw Davis leaving despite the fact that he had offers from Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Tennessee, and Florida.
The commitment of Davis hence surprised everyone especially with no confirmation from OSU for now. Nevertheless, shortly after news went round, Davis personally admitted to South Florida High School Sports.com that yes, he had committed to Ohio State even though his recruitment remains open. Keep checking in on the following highlights to see what Carlton Davis will offer Ohio State.