QB Davon Drew
6-4, 215, 4.6
New Bern High School
New Bern, North Carolina
The 6-4, 215-pound rising senior has the size and arm to be an effective pocket quarterback, but he also has impressive 4.6 speed. As a junior last season, Drew threw for 1493 yards and 14 touchdowns in helping lead his team to the state championship game.
His current offers include Clemson, Maryland and East Carolina but expect that list to grow in the coming few months as Drew is receiving a great deal of interest from North Carolina and Virginia. Drew does not have a leader or a top 5 at this point.
Coach O'Cain is keeping the Tigers in the mix with this prize recruit. "Clemson has shown a lot of interest in me. They care about my future. I've liked Clemson since I was little."
Drew expects to camp at North Carolina, Virginia and possibly Clemson over the summer.
What factors will Drew consider when deciding where he will play next season? "I want a place where I fit in. The coaching staff and distance will also influence my decision."
You won't be surprised by Drew's favorite Tiger of all time. "Woody Dantzler is my favorite Tiger of all time. We play a very similar style."
Don't expect to hear a commitment from the this dual-threat signal caller anytime soon as Drew expects to wait until February to make a decision. "I plan to wait until the very last minute," said Drew.
We will continue to keep you posted on this outstanding quarterback from North Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
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