Days after saying he had gone from fully committed to undecided about his pledge, four-star running back Mike Davis (Stone Mountain, GA) announced that he has decommited from the Florida Gators effectively immediately.
“No longer committed to florida,” Davis said Sunday evening via his Twitter account.
The brother of former Clemson RB James Davis, he was one of two rushers Florida had committed for 2012; four-star Matt Jones (Seffner, FL), who some consider to be the best running back in the state of Florida, committed days before Davis did in February.
Early Sunday evening, Davis tweeted that “its funny when you look a coach in the eye in see right through the B.S. dey be feedin you,” which was perhaps a take at how the Gators have been recruiting him recently.
Davis recently entered the Rivals100 at No. 95 after rushing for 1,928 yards and 21 touchdowns on 2013 carries as a high school senior.
“Things happened; there was a misunderstanding with the Florida coaches,” Davis told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I can’t comment on what went wrong. It just wasn’t meant to be. Some things happened, and I don’t want to comment on what happened.”
Davis said he is now considering Alabama, Florida State, Miami, South Carolina and Tennessee but does not even have Florida on his list.
“I’m not feeling any emotions about it. It’s over with [Florida],” he told the paper.
His high school teammate, three-star defensive tackle