Davis Has Impressed at QB

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As Ocean Lakes’ (Virginia Beach, VA) starting quarterback, 6-5, 215-pound Marcus Davis has performed very well, leading the Dolphins to a 6-2 record this season. Having tallied close to 1,800 total yards of offense so far, his performance has caused some college coaches to consider giving him a look at quarterback on the next level.

“Virginia Tech, Penn State and UVa have mentioned it,” Davis said of the possibility of playing quarterback in college. He likely projects as a wide receiver in college. “They are all saying they would give me a shot at quarterback if I wanted one. As a matter of fact, I talked to Coach Newsome [last night] and he said if I wanted to play quarterback then I could get a shot there.”

Davis saw limited action at quarterback last season as a junior. By playing the position full time this season, he has been able to show that he is a capable passer as well as a runner.

“Mostly, college coaches say they like my arm strength and playmaking ability,” said Davis, who has tallied close to 1,200 yards passing. “They also like my decision making on big plays.”

Davis admits that he has put recruiting on the backburner in recent months, instead choosing to focus on his senior season. The regular season comes to an end in two weeks with a playoff berth perhaps following thereafter. Davis says he will “probably” take all five official visits before he makes a commitment, but none of those visits are likely to come until after his senior season is over.

Unofficial visits could be a possibility, though. Penn State coaches are trying to get Davis up for the Ohio State game, while Virginia Tech coaches are trying to get Davis in for the Florida State game. The Ocean Lakes star would visit Tech with teammate Randall Dunn, who received an offer from the Hokies last week.

“It is not definite, but there is a chance we might go,” Davis said.

In our previous interview, Davis listed Florida, North Carolina, Penn State, Tennessee and Virginia Tech as his top five. Has anything changed?

“Those are still my main choices as of now,” said Davis, who added that he has weekly contact with