Dan Enos has landed another talented defensive back, this time it is Da'Quan Jamison from Leesburg, Georgia. Jamison is the 20th commitment of the 2015 recruiting class for CMU, as well as the 2nd defensive back to commit in the past month .
Jamison stands at 6-feet 178 pounds and reportedly runs a 4.4 40 yard dash. Jamison announced his commitment on Twitter about a little over a week ago and their Rivals.com site, Chippewa Country, broke the news on Sunday afternoon.
My home for the next 4yrs. pic.twitter.com/037nwnHlqw— note2self ★. (@QuaunJamison) December 20, 2014
According to the Twitter page of Chippewa Country, Jamison will be an early enrollee at CMU which means he will be able to participate in Spring practice.
Jamison was a Buffalo commit. New staff pulled scholarship offer. CMU made contact in early Dec. He will be an early enrollee for Chippewas.— ChippewaCountry (@ChippewaCountry) January 4, 2015
Shortly after Da'Quan's commitment, he told Hustle Belt why CMU was the perfect fit for him.
"CMU has an awesome coaching staff, all the coaches made me feel I was in Georgia again. They are straight forward people who had a lot to offer for an out of state kid."
Da'Quan also has some big goals he would like to accomplish while at Central Michigan.
"First and foremost I want to earn a degree at CMU making my family proud. Secondly, I want to take the CMU football program to a rising level through winning championships. I want all CMU has to offer both academically and athletically."
Want to see what Da'Quan will bring to the Chippewas next year? Check out his highlights courtesy of Hudl: