Greenbelt (Md.) Eleanor Roosevelt tight end/wide receiver William Davis has been overshadowed a bit by his famous teammate, No. 1 player in the country Derrick Williams. However, the 6-foot-2, 208-pounder is ready to make a name for himself and has three favorites.
"I would say I like Maryland, Boston College and Virginia the best," said Davis. "I camped at all three places and liked each. At Maryland I really like coach Franklin and it's close to home. I was one of only a few wideouts they worked out until the end.
"I liked the coaches at Boston College a lot as well and I like the area. I met coach O'Brien and he seems like a nice person. They said they will decide on offers after their last camp ends.
"At Virginia, coach Garrett is a nice guy and they seem high on me, but they have limited room. I was the MVP of their 7-on-7 sessions when I was there so I hope I impressed them."
Davis also lists Marshall, Florida, Miami and Pitt as teams of interest. He doesn't have any BCS offers yet (he has a Kent State offer) because he's only played a year of football, but the first offer should come soon.
"I'm hoping to get it in July," he said. "The first offer will be really important to me. It will show a team really wants me and that will go a long way."
For now, Davis is done with camps.
"I'll probably go to a New York passing league camp in July, but as far as schools are concerned I'm done," he said. "Now it's just get ready for the season and hope for an offer."