Jordan Davis has decommitted from Florida State, which is bad news for the Seminoles. FSU's misfortunes may end up being great news for Texas A&M, though, as it looks like the Aggies very well may be the new favorite for the 2015 4-star tight end.
Update: According to Taylor Hamm of 247Sports.com, Davis has indeed committed to Texas A&M. He's the Aggies first 2015 commitment.
According to Sam Khan Jr. of ESPN.com, Davis will be at College Station on Thursday, the day after he decommitted from Florida State:
On Wednesday night, the 6-foot-4, 247-pound prospect officially decommitted from the Seminoles, he confirmed via text message.
The news is likely a good sign for Texas A&M, the latest school to offer Davis. He attended the Aggies' one-day camp on Sunday and confirmed on Wednesday that he will be back in College Station, Texas on Thursday to see the campus.
That all points to good things for Kevin Sumlin and his program. They just made him an offer on June 9, according to 247Sports. A few days later, he's uncommitted and back in College Station.
It would appear as if the interest is there for Davis, and that may be putting it lightly. That's why this recent update from Taylor Hamm of 247Sports shouldn't be surprising:
Jordan Davis de-committed from FSU last night. Today, he will be on an unofficial visit to Texas A&M, where he's expected to become A&M's first commitment of 2015.
It's important to note that nothing is official yet—such is the world of college football recruiting—but it would seem as if it's just a matter of time before Texas A&M goes from a favorite for Davis to the program that he commits to.
All signs point to Texas A&M being the favorite, though, at the very least.
Davis goes to Clear Lake High School in Houston, Texas, and he's the No. 7 tight end in the 2015 class, according to the 247Sports composite.
It's worth noting that 10 of 10 predictions in the 247Sports Crystal Ball have him committing to Texas A&M.