NC QB Playing the Waiting Game

Dual threat QB Davon Drew, one of the top quarterbacks in the southeast, has completed his summer camp tour and is now waiting to see how his offer list will grow over the coming months. caught up with the outstanding quarterback from New Bern and we've got the latest on his summer camps and his offer list.

QB Davon Drew
6-4, 215, 4.6
New Bern High School
New Bern, North Carolina

The 6-4, 215-pound star from New Bern High School has not picked up any additional offers the past few weeks. The current offer list includes Clemson, Maryland and East Carolina, but Drew expects that list to increase over then next few months.

The summer camp tour has included stops at Virginia and North Carolina. "Virginia was alright. I liked the coaches. North Carolina was fine. It was my second time there because I also camped there last summer. I still don't have an offer from North Carolina, and I can't tell if there going to offer."

Location may play into Drew's decision as he told CUTigers today that the chances are higher that he will stay in-state than go out of state to play his college ball. "If I stay in-state it will probably be North Carolina. I'm also interested in NC State and Wake Forest," stated Drew. The talented prospect is still waiting on offers from all three in-state colleges.

Drew has all the physical tools to be an outstanding dual threat quarterback at the collegiate level. So which is his strength, running or passing? "Actually both are my strengths. I am definitely a dual threat. I'm able to do both about the same." Drew has been working out hard this summer and playing seven on seven to sharpen his skills.

Don't expect an early commitment from the prize recruit. "I haven't narrowed it down yet. I won't narrow things down until closer to signing day. I'm waiting to see what other offers will come along."

We will keep you updated on this outstanding quarterback from North Carolina, right up through signing day 2004. Top Stories