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Junior CB continues to stay busy

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After an impressive performance at the Army All-American Combine, defensive back Da'Quan Davis of Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall is hoping that recruiting success will follow. Davis will continue his busy schedule with four upcoming junior days.
"Recruiting is going great," said Davis, who is 5-foot-11 and 165 pounds. "I'm hearing from a lot of schools."
Some of these schools include Rutgers, UConn, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina and Notre Dame. Davis' one trip of the fall took him to one of the more exciting games of the season.
"I went to South Carolina when they defeated the #1 Bama team at the time," said Davis. "I love the atmosphere down there. It's real homey."
Davis will continue to stay busy with upcoming junior days at South Carolina, Rutgers, Maryland and UConn. Aside from these trips, he has other plans for his off-season.
"I'm hoping to showcase my talents at some more camps and compete against some top talent in the country," said Davis. "I'm gonna grind harder than I ever have before. It's my senior season so I gotta go out with a bang."
Davis was already able to showcase some of his abilities at this past weekend's Army All-American Combine.
"It was wonderful," said Davis. "I got about ten reps, when others only took four. I was very vocal and in the receiver's faces. I got one ball caught on me, but it was tight coverage. A linebacker would have easily been there on a dig route. I got a lot of publicity and I represented Maryland."
Davis' junior season concluded with him earning all-state and all-conference honors. He finished with over 40 tackles, plus four interceptions, two forced fumbles and 15 defended passes.
"I think I clearly set myself apart from other defensive backs in the state and in the country," said Davis.
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