Missouri Commit Daron Davis Potentially Earns Nebraska Offer

Missouri commit Daron Davis, a member of the Scout.com Top 300, showed up to the Nebraska camp on Friday night and impressed more than a few people.

Despite committing to home-state Missouri back in November, Kansas City Hogan Preparatory Academy athlete Daron Davis was at Nebraska on Friday for the Huskers’ final Friday Night Lights camp. 


“I thought I did great,” said Davis in a message to Scout. “I loved it there…I loved Nebraska and I would love to come back sometime.”

Davis, Missouri’s first commitment in the 2017 class, wasn’t afraid to let the social media world know on Twitter his visit to Lincoln was great.


“I will be back for the Oregon game,” said Davis, who might have earned an offer at the camp, despite Nebraska positioning themselves with many four and five-star prospects at the position. “I think they are going to offer me, but they will call me later. That is what Coach Williams said.”

So what if the Huskers offer?

“It will make me think about my commitment,” said Davis. “The place was the best I’ve ever seen…Coach Williams told me I was the real deal. I thought he was a great coach.” 

As a running back and wide receiver, Davis had over 2,350 combined yards on the ground and thru the air in 2015, finding the end zone 30 total times. He is ranked the No. 2 palyer in the state of Missouri by Scout.com.


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