At 6-4 and 300 pounds, West Bend East offensive lineman Kendrick Davis is a massive amount to handle. He’s hoping college coaches see the same thing over a daunting camp schedule.
Planning to hit multiple stops throughout the Midwest over the next two months, Davis started his camp grind at Wisconsin last weekend.
“I think it went pretty good for the first day back in pads,” Davis told BadgerNation. “It felt great to be back on the field and having contact. It was really good competing. There were a lot of people to evaluate, but the coaching staff gave us a lot of feedback, told us what we did right and what we did wrong. It’s just the little stuff I have to work on to get better.”
Davis has been hearing from Wisconsin off and on for the last few months but hopes that interest will increase after watching him go through camp.
“As a coach, Coach Rudolph will make you work hard in every drill that you do,” said Davis. “As a person, he is just a great person. I have a lot of respect for him and I really like him.”
Since the season ended, Davis has been staying in shape by doing other sports, playing on the school’s basketball and qualifying for state in the shot put.
“I’ve been working on hand placement and playing with a wider frame,” said Davis. “I want to get my team into the playoffs.”
Hearing from Purdue, Northern Iowa, Illinois State and a handful of others, Davis plans on camping Northwestern, Michigan State, Purdue, Illinois, Northern Iowa, Illinois State and Minnesota before the start of his senior season.