Travis Day, a 6-4 250 lb defensive end who runs a 4-7 forty will commit to the Cats possibly as early as tomorrow!.
Day broke all of Carver's d-line records, including 15 sacks this season. "We send kids to all the top programs, Alabama, Auburn, and all over the SEC, I am telling you (that) Travis can hold his own with any of them" says Davis. Day flies in under some of the radar scopes but was All Region in a talent rich year in Georgia. Davis will report in January and be eligible for the 2003 campaign. Carver High is located in Columbus, GA. The BBN staff is planning a follow up interview with coach Davis later this month to discuss all of his former stars and this years talented prospects.
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