Deep Run OL Discusses VT Junior Day

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Deep Run (Glen Allen, VA) offensive tackle Conner Davis , one of the top offensive line recruits in the state of Virginia, attended Virginia Tech’s junior day on Saturday. The 6-5, 255-pound junior discussed the trip, which comes two weeks after he attended a junior day at the University of Virginia.

Of the Virginia Tech experience, Davis said, “It went really well. They showed us all the facilities and the academic stuff. Overall, it was a really good trip.”

Davis discussed what went on in Blacksburg on Saturday. Prospects were asked to arrive at 10 o’clock in the morning.

“When the recruits got there, the coaches took us all in a meeting room and all of the coaches introduced themselves,” Davis said. “They talked to us briefly and then took us over to the academic building to show us around. Then we had lunch at Lane Stadium. They showed us a sky box, which was really nice. We then went to the Strength and Conditioning room and met with Coach Gentry. It was nice to see him because I’ve heard great things about him. Then they had current players come out and answer questions. After that, they broke us down into our positions. For the offensive line, it was me, [Fork Union star] Mark Shuman and [Rockbridge County standout] Caleb Farris. The three of us went into a meeting room and Coach Newsome told us how the meetings are run and how he critiques the offensive line. He told us how they go through practice film and game film. Coach Newsome left and three players came in to answer questions. After that, we had one more little meeting with all the coaches and then they took us over to the basketball game. Some of the players were over there and I talked to a few of them. At halftime, they recognized the team for winning for the Orange Bowl and the ACC. I left about five minutes into the second half. Coach Cav said thanks for coming and he hopes I go there.”

Boston College, Duke, Maryland and West Virginia join Virginia and Virginia Tech as the schools that have officially offered the Wildcats star. Davis has not narrowed his list