By: Bod Redd
Editor: J.T. Powell
Hampton, Norfolk State and Coastal Carolina are three schools that are currently pursuing Freedom High School (Woodbridge, Va.) defensive end Kealey Davis. Davis a member of the Class of 2020 had an outstanding junior season in 2018 for the Eagles as he recorded 67 tackles with 21 tackles-for-loss and 17 sacks.
While the two schools on Virginia’s coast and near Myrtle Beach have shown interest in him, his dream school is Virginia Tech and he has plans in the future to increase his marketability. “I’m planning on visiting Wake Forest and possibly Pittsburgh.”
Asked who he models his game after he said, “I used to watch DeMarcus Lawrence, his high school tapes, since I feel like I am going to play inside in college. I’m trying to put more weight on. I also like Ndamukong Suh and Aaron Donald.
Davis was an All Cardinal District First team selection this past season and All Region Second Team selection. In the classroom he was solid, sporting a 2.7 grade point average. He said in college he would like to major in communications or sports science.
While he works hard in the classroom he also works hard in the off-season to stay in shape on the field.
“In a normal school week I work four days, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,” Davis said. Saturday I have footwork.
“I’m just trying to get better and be the best player I can be.”
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