Confident In His Outlook

Offensive line positions typically aren't ones where freshmen can make a big impact, but this Florida blocker believes he can do just that in college.

Kameron Davis of Boyd Anderson has played tackle in a spread offense for the past couple of seasons, and he thinks that experience, coupled with his natural talent and abilities, makes him a candidate for early playing time.

"I'm ahead of the game," Davis told when asked about his progression to date. "We run the spread, and we run it fast. I think that will help make me ready for college. I think I can come in and compete and play early."

One of the colleges Davis has his eye on is West Virginia, which will likely take at least four linemen in this year's class.

"I'm very interested in West Virginia," Davis said with enthusiasm. "They have been recruiting me from the first day they were allowed to contact me, and they offered me a scholarship early on. I am going to try to get up to visit over the summer, but I will definitely visit at some point."

Davis has spoken with both recruiting coach Robert Gillespie and potential position coach Bill Bedenbaugh, and has good things to say about both.

"They are easy to talk to," he explained. "Coach Gillespie, he is from here (Florida) so he knows how it is in this area. He makes me laugh, too."

While WVU is high on Davis' list, he's not ready to start ranking schools or narrowing the field. He has offers across a wide swath of the country, reciting Louisville, SMU, Texas Tech, Wake Forest and Kansas as some of those who have made scholarship tenders. He wants to see everything that develops before he begins to develop a group of favorites.


  • Davis is being recruited as a tackle, and given his current stature, that's not a surprise. He's currently six feet, six inches and 286 pounds, and figures to push the 300-pound mark in college.

  • Davis has not finalized his summer camp plans yet, but does have Texas' football camp as one of his likely destinations.

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