2015 Kearney (MO) wide receiver Zack Davis had himself a night to remember on Friday, throwing for 40 yards in addition to 100 yards both on the ground and receiving.
The 6-foot-4, 210 pound senior began his last campaign for Kearney with a bang, and was very excited about it afterwards.
"I think it was a great start to the season for me," Davis said. "I got a little bit of confidence father first pass that I took to the end zone for a score. That was a lot of fun. Our line blocked great all night and there was openings out there for me the entire game. The fly sweeps worked well for me."
Davis played all over the field for Kearney, starring a bit at quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. He projects to be a wideout at the next level, or a flexed out tight end.
The recruiting attention hasn't come in bunches for him yet, but it does exist for Davis.
"I have a dual scholarship offer from Air Force for both football and baseball," he noted. "I've also got a couple offers from smaller programs, and South Dakota, Holy Cross. I think that's it so far but I'm obviously hoping for more."
Davis camped at Kansas State over the summer and they are a program that has maintained in contact, as well as a few others.
"I'm still hoping more offers come in," he admitted. "I'm hoping I'm not overlooked. Being a wide receiver it is easy to get overlooked. I think I got the stuff to play at the next level. Kansas State sends me stuff all the time. I also receive stuff from Iowa State and North Dakota State."
"Every big school that I've talked to just wants to see me play," Davis added. "It'll be important for them to get an up-close look at me to see what I can do, or to check out some film of my senior season."
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