Terrance Davis lined up at center and guard and showed he could move to either side quickly and play with a low pad level. He moved his feet well and kept a wide base, but a few times reached and it cost him balance.
The Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha four-star prospect, who is the top offensive lineman in Maryland, showed good knee bend and won the leverage battle many times. He had a good initial punch and he was able to shoot his hands through quickly and get a hold of the defensive lineman inside and used his body and strength to dictate the rep.
The only time he got in trouble was when he lacked patience and reached, or popped up too quickly and allowed the defensive lineman to get under him and push him back.
However, after measuring 6-foot-2, 311 pounds, Davis will have his projected position shifted from tackle to guard.
Davis told Scout his leader was Michigan, and he had an official visit to UCLA set for Jan. 15. He is visiting Alabama (July 17) and Georgia (July 18) next week, and plans on being at Tennessee and Ohio State later this month. Maryland is also under consideration for Davis.