Dervin Davis has scholarship offers from Texas A&M, San Diego State and Tulane among others. But rumor has it that he has committed to A&M. Has he made that pledge?
“I don’t know to be honest,” Davis’ coach at Lutcher, La. High School Tim Detillier said moments ago. “I’m supposed to be talking to Dervin later this afternoon to see what exactly is going on.”
Detillier added some other interesting tidbits about Davis and A&M.
“I know that A&M has offered him. And I know that he has told me in the past that that is the school he wants to go to.
“He’s also supposed to go visit them this weekend, but I don’t think he’s going to be able to do that. He just took the ACT for the first time this past weekend and you have to have a score on your transcript before you can even go on visits now.
“So there’s no way if he took the test on Saturday that he’s going to be able to make the visit this weekend, at least I don’t think there’s a way.”
Davis, who is 6-foot-3, 225 pounds, lettered as a sophomore at Lutcher. He started his final two seasons at middle linebacker and was moved late in his senior season to running back because of other injuries on the team.
He accounted for 93 tackles on the year, 63 of them were solos, four tackles for loss and two sacks.
Detillier said Davis runs a 4.7-second 40-yard dash.
Rivals100.com should have more on the Davis situation as it unfolds later today.