Dematrius Davis is a dual-threat quarterback out of Houston, who just finished his sophomore high school season. As a 2021 recruit, he hasn’t been ranked yet, but based on his early offers, he is a likely candidate to be a blue-chip player.
Davis helped his North Shore team capture a state title, throwing for 3,350 yards and 43 touchdowns, with just two interceptions. He also rushed for 421 yards and six touchdowns.
In a state title victory to capture Texas’ 6A Championship, he threw for threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns. Davis found teammate AJ Carter on a 45-yard Hail Mary on the game’s last play for the comeback 41-36 win.
— FOX Sports Southwest (@FOXSportsSW) December 23, 2018
MaxPreps named him their 2018 Sophomore Player of the Year.
Entering his junior year, he holds 14 reported scholarship offers, including teams like Florida State, LSU, Nebraska, and Texas A&M.
Dematrius Davis has six programs to which he plans to take upcoming unofficial visits.
It is unclear what the timetable is, but Davis says he plans to visit the schools “soon.”
The list: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida State, LSU, Nebraska, and Southern Miss.
I will visit each campus soon… pic.twitter.com/CL7BU6eeAk
— Dematrius Davis Jr. (@Dematrius09) February 12, 2019
Of those six, only Alabama hasn’t extended an offer yet. One could be in the cards if he makes his way to Tuscaloosa soon.
Expect to hear plenty about Davis over the next few years.