Jamarion Davis-Fleming makes SEC visit swing & eyes one more visit coming up
2025 Canton (MS) forward Jamarion Davis-Fleming has made the most of his time prior to the high school basketball season tipping off. When he hasn’t been in the gym working on his game, the junior has put his recruitment to the forefront.
Davis-Fleming already holds scholarship offers from Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, and Mississippi State. Over the last month or so, the 6-foot-8 forward has made trips to LSU and Mississippi State to see those programs up close and personal.
HoopSeen.com was able to catch up with Davis-Fleming to get his thoughts on those visits, what the coaches recruiting him are saying, and what’s next for him coming up:
Alabama: “I really like how Alabama plays fast and 5 out. They really get after it defensively.”
LSU: “My official visit at LSU was really fun. The fans really showed a lot of love and had a lot of energy. They were excited to see me. The coaching staff explained to me how I can excel in their offense and become the player I want to be. I like how they run their offense through the bigs and let bigs make decisions.”
Ole Miss: “I like Ole Miss because it’s not too far from home. They tell me how they like my game and how they like watching me play. I’ll be visiting Ole Miss this coming weekend.”
Mississippi State: Mississippi State was a great visit. They were telling me how they really like my game and how I can fit into their style of play. I like how they play through their bigs and how they let you play your game in the offense.”
Georgia Tech, Kansas State, and Marquette are among the schools showing interest to this point. Davis-Fleming caught the eyes of college programs during the travel season as he was a standout with Team Thad. The long, rangy forward caught many eyes with his motor and activity, especially in the paint.
Those eyes – and more eyes – will be on Fleming-Davis as the high school season gets going. He will be one of the premiere players in the state of Mississippi this season, and the goals are extremely high.
“I want to win a state championship, win Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year, average a double-double and just win.”