NFTC: Jordan Davis (test story)

HOUSTON, Tex. - Scout caught up with Houston (Texas) Clear Lake tight end Jordan Davis at the Nike Football Training Camp to discuss the latest with Texas A&M and more...

On Sunday morning, Houston (Texas) Clear Lake tight end Jordan Davis had a clear cut goal before competing in the Nike Football Training Camp.

"I try to get better every time I step on the field. I try to compete and today, I want to get my invite to The Opening," he said.

His hard work paid off, as the four-star prospect was one of three players to receive the invitation after Sunday's camp.

Davis, Scout's #2-ranked tight end, committed to Texas A&M last June, giving the Aggies their first commit for the 2015 class. Now, almost a year later, Davis says he remains solid to the program.

"Your awe inspiring quote should be pasted here."

"Things are going good with the Aggies. I talk with [tight ends] Coach [Jeff] Banks consistently and I should be going back up there pretty soon. I went up for Friday Night Lights, and that was pretty cool. So everything is going good right now," he said.

"Get that camera out of my face!"

After watching the team at Friday Night Lights, Davis was happy with the changes at tight end in the offense.

"I saw a big change with the way they are using their tight end. I think I can make a big impact there because I'm more of an athletic tight end. I definitely want to come in and start right away. Cam is leaving and he's the only tight end there right now, so I definitely want to come in and make a big impact my freshman year," he said.

His commitment hasn't stopped other programs from coming after the 6-foot-4, 250-pound athlete.

"LSU, Texas, Auburn, and Texas Tech are the top four that are recruiting me the hardest. I don't have any other visits planned right now other than going back up to A&M. But no other school visits planned right now," he said.

When asked if other programs could potentially sway him, Davis said, "I'm pretty strong with A&M right now. I'm not really trying to make a move anywhere."