Tennessee Offers Legacy 2022 QB
Davis had this to say about receiving a scholarship from the Vols “It’s definitely an honor to receive a scholarship at my father’s alma mater, but I always try to give anyone who takes a chance on me an equal opportunity as far as recruitment goes.” Davis is going to take an open-minded approach to his recruitment process.
With Braden Davis being in the 2022 class he has an ample amount of time to continue to polish his game. The dual-threat prospect has already shown the ability to drive the ball down the field and place the ball in tight windows. However, one of the most impressive qualities of Davis is his footwork. His footwork is clean and efficient for being such a young player, which allows him to buy time in the pocket or take off.
The 2022 recruit informed Matt Ray of Vol Recruiting Reports in a recent interview of Tennessee’s message to him, “The staff let me know that they have been watching my highlight tapes, and saw that I was the type of player that would fit their system, and they would like to continue building a relationship with me.” Expect to hear about Braden Davis more and more as he continues to put in work on the field.
Davis is only looking to add more offers, especially from programs like Tennessee. He says, “It’s always awesome to receive an offer from any school. Receiving an offer of that caliber definitely means a lot to me.” Davis is a recruit that many should keep an eye on in the 2022 class. He’s a quarterback that can provide a level of versatility for any offense, and he will be one of the most sought after prospects in the 2022 class when they are on the clock.
Davis is currently ranked as the 87th overall prospect in the 2022 class, according to 247 sports. He also comes in as the Number 1 overall recruit in the state of Delaware.
Davis attends Middletown school in Delaware, and he measures in at 6’4, 195lbs. He holds a few other notable offers from schools such as Alabama, Penn State, Texas A&M, and NC State.