Davis: "Exciting Atmosphere"

Davis: "Exciting Atmosphere"

Recruiting

Davis: "Exciting Atmosphere"

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By Keith McGonigle.

A number of 2012 recruits were on hand for the Miami game last weekend, one of them was 6’4” 185 lbs. receiver Quinshad Davis. 

 “It was nice, it was disappointing they didn’t win it, but it was still nice.  It was an exciting atmosphere the crowd was into it early; they kind of gave up at the end though,” said Davis.

Quinshad arrived a little late so he was not able to chat with coaching staff, but he plans on being up for the Georiga Tech game in a few weeks.

The standout receiver has helped the Gaffney Indians start out 4-2 thus far.  The Gaffney standout has an amazing 46 receptions, 9 touchdowns, and is averaging 105 yards per game.

Who does Quinshad model his game after?

“AJ Green (Georgia’s standout receiver), I like the way he plays and how he goes up and gets the ball.  That is my motto, ‘go out and take the ball it is yours’,” replied Davis.

Quinshad has similar size as Georgia’s tall receiver and has good speed; he says that he runs a 4.55 in the 40.

Quinshad is still waiting on scholarship offers but says that NC State, Clemson, South Carolina and Norte Dame are the schools that are pursuing him the hardest right now.

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