Kingston Davis was the only Michigan commitment on the field during the Wolverines inaugural satellite camp at Prattville high school last Friday, and yet it still seemed like he had something to prove. Not to himself or to his future coaches, but to those that insist of projecting him as a fullback at the next level. The 6-1, 230 pounder showed better feet and more burst than he typically credited with having, and when the dust settled he removed any lingering doubt about what position he plans to play at the next in Ann Arbor.
It’s RB or Bust for Davis
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