2019 LB Davis Recaps A Busy Offseason
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A 3 year varsity starter, Fishers (IN) 2019 LB Emmanuel Davis talked schools showing serious interest, playing multiple sports and also being part of Indy Select 7on7.
Commitment status: Undecided
Wt: 195 lbs
LPI: What schools have been recruiting you or may be close to offering and what position are they recruiting you as?
ED: Indiana, Kentucky, Grand Valley, Eastern Michigan. They are all looking at me to play more of a nickel type when I get to college.
LPI: Have you been on any visits recently or do you have any planned visits set? If so, where at and when?
ED: As of right now I don’t have any visits planned. During the season I went on an visit to Indiana.
LPI: What was it like starting on varsity as a sophomore and how do you think that experience will help your game moving forward?
ED: I think that starting as a sophomore really helped me to understand how the pace of the games changes at each level. It really helped this season because I was already used to playing against kids who were much faster and stronger than me. I was more prepared on the things that I would have to work during the offseason to improve my skills.
LPI: What have you been doing to take your game to the next level? Also, do you play any other sports or 7on7 in the offseason?
ED: I am currently hitting the weights very hard right now and working on my speed and technique so that for my senior season me and my team can compete. I am currently on my school basketball team and after our season is over I plan on running track. I am also on the Indy Select 7v7 Team this off season.
LPI: Who are some of your teammates or training partners that you believe can play at the next level, but have gone overlooked by college coaches?
Geoffrey Brown (2020) – Geoffrey is a very good player at 200 pounds as a sophomore he earned a starting role on the varsity team 4 games into the season. He is a sideline to sideline type of player and could be a good factor to any team at the next level.
Roman Molden (2019) Andrew Voskul (2019) – Both could play at the next level they both are great leaders on and off the field.