Davis turning heads

Fork Union (Va.) Fork Union Military Academy 2016 wide receiver Drake Davis is a big framed 6-foot-5, 215-pound standout who has quickly begun to pile up offers.
He is honored with each and every opportunity already in hand, but he is also hungry for more.
"Right now I have a few big schools," Davis said. "I have Miami, Virginia Tech, Virginia, and all of those good schools, but I'm not really big right now. I know I can do better and I know I can get more offers."
He has not hit the camp circuit hard, but he was able to make it to Jacksonville, Fla., for the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge and he has a couple of more stops before the end of summer.
"This is my first camp this summer and I'm going to Florida State next week and LSU the week after that," Davis said. "Those are the only camps I'm going to this summer."
Davis wasted little time making a quick impression at the Underclassmen Challenge.
"There has been some talk about whether Davis is a tight end or a wide receiver, and it's easy to see why," National Analyst Mike Farrell wrote after seeing Davis. "Davis is a huge kid with wide shoulders who looks like he could grow into a tight end, but he runs like a wide receiver. He's a long-strider who gets downfield quickly and is just too big and athletic for cornerbacks to handle."
When it comes to recruiting he is taking in all of his options, but he does have one school which has caught his attention.
"I have a few but right now I'm looking at Stanford really heavily because of academics," Davis said. "I want to have a career after football and that's why I like Stanford right now."
Davis earned class honorable mention 2A All-State honors as a sophomore at The Dunham School in Baton Rouge, La., after recording 835 yards and 10 touchdowns on 37 receptions. He also started at cornerback.
He was named to the Rivals250 Underclassmen Top WR/TEs list following his performance at EverBank Field in Jacksonville.