But Davis is so much more than just a tight end.
With his combination of speed (4.6 forty) and size (6-foot-3, 240 pounds), Davis could probably play a number of positions at the next level as well, but most colleges are already plugging him in at a particular spot. "Colleges see him as a tight end or H-back type of player. That seems to be where they like him a lot," said Ken Whalen, head coach at Eastern high. "He's too big for a safety to cover and too quick for a linebacker. He presents matchup problems," Whalen finished.
"His football instincts are his biggest strength," said coach Whalen. "He's a student of the game. Offensively his best quality is his hands. Defensively his best quality is the way he can break down a play," Whalen continued.
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