DJ Davis: "Everything I Hear About U-M is +."

This is what Dunbar (Fort Worth) star <b>D.J. Davis</b> told GBW Sunday evening. We wanted to find out if the Texas phenom had an offer from Michigan. We also wanted to find out how his first game of the season went.

Fort Worth Dunbar star DJ Davis (6-0, 188, 4.31, 2.9 GPA, 930 SAT) and his Wildcat teammates had a rough time in their opener against Brownwood, losing 49-0 on Saturday night. "We stunk it up. We played against a team that had 20 returning starters and we only have five. Our team is young, we've got the drive. We're motivated to go out there and get it done. Bwownwood just has an awesome team."

Davis plays a variety of positions for the Wildcats, "I played free-safety, receiver, and I returned kickoffs. I could never get out of the endzome on the kickoff, they kicked it to the back of the endzone everytime." Is he going to take on another role? "Our quarterback is new and hasn't gotten use to varsity speed. Yesterday (Saturday) he got hit up under the chin so I think he's probably kinda shell shocked now. I may have to take over the QB position again for the good of the team. That's fine with me, whatever it takes." And on defense, "I had around 25 tackles at free safety. When I get to college though I want to play cornerback. Most schools are recruiting me as a free-safety or corner."

Davis is getting attention from a lot of top schools across the country, "I have offers from Penn State, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St, North Carolina, Notre Dame, LSU, Georgia Tech, and Texas Tech, and some others. I have yet to see an offer from Michigan. I'm kinda looking forward to it but it hasn't happened yet. I was looking to get one back when school was in or during summer but it never happened. I still get letters from Michigan but I don't get the hand written ones anymore."

What will happen if Michigan does extend a scholarship offer? "It will be a whole other story if they offer. I think very highly of the Michigan program. Everybody I ask about the Michigan program always has something positive to say, my dad thinks very highly of Michigan. What I can see Michigan is a pretty good team. A lot of guys have excelled coming out of the program. I want to go to a prestigous university and I've never heard anything bad about Michigan."

Davis spent the summer working rather than attending summer camps. As far as a top list of school and visits. "The only schools on my list now are Penn State and Texas A&M. I'll probably set up a Penn State official visit sometime in the near future and I don't have one for A&M yet. If Michigan offers than I'll definitely visit them. I'm fully qualified so I can't see why I haven't got an offer yet. I talked to Coach Moeller during the summer and he told me to call back the next day and talk to Coach Carr but I was doing something so I couldn't call. I didn't get to see the game because we had our game Saturday but I heard they won so I'll have to give Coach Moeller a call and congratulate him on that."

Will it be difficult to leave Texas? "I'm not going to have any problem leaving Texas, as a matter of fact I plan on going to college out of Texas anyways. It all depends on how the ball rolls and how everything goes. I'm not sure when I'll make my decision."

Dunbar plays Denton Ryan on Friday at Denton.

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