Dominique Davis' Profile
Dominique Davis is on the verge of playing Division I college football. Two years ago, Davis put on the pads for the first time as a junior in high school. Now, he's taking visits and gaining scholarship offers to play on Saturdays. "I took a visit to Western Kentucky this past weekend; I had a lot of fun." Western Kentucky, Nevada-Las Vegas, Middle Tennessee State, and Buffalo have all offered Davis a scholarship.
The 6'3'' Quarterback led the state of Florida in passing yards midway through his senior season. In his first year ever playing Quarterback, he threw for 1600 yards and 11 touchdowns, and followed his inaugural season up with an even more impressive senior year. Davis was part of a high powered offense that won district championships both years with him at the helm. His arm and playmaking ability prompted serious attention from offensive powers Boise State and Louisville. As a result, he is ranked as the #89 Quarterback in the country and is one of the best in Florida.
Kathleen High School's well mannered prospect has scheduled another visit this weekend, January 26th, to Middle Tennessee. MTSU is "my number one at this point, followed by Western Kentucky." Speaking on why he likes Middle Tennessee, Davis said that "the offense they run is similar to the one I was a part of in high school. Plus, the coaches have been after me from the start and I've got a great relationship with them."
Davis could end up in MTSU Blue, but the Raiders will have to wait and see. "I'll be waiting until closer to signing day to make my commitment, but Middle Tennessee is the front runner right now." Stay tuned to see how Dominique's visit to Middle Tennessee went and where he will play his college football.
"MTSU is my # 1"
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