|Offers:||Texas Tech, Kentucky, Purdue, UTSA, Western Kentucky|
|High School:||Clarendon (Clarendon, Texas)|
|Commitment Date:||February 14, 2022|
|Rivals||5.8||| | ||
Clarendon athlete Jmaury Davis is the 12th commit for the Texas Tech 2023 class.
Extremely blessed and excited to announce my commitment to @TexasTechFB. I would like to thank my family, coaches and teammates who have always believed in me and pushed me to be the best I can be on and off the field. @JoeyMcGuireTTU @TTUKirkBryant @jkbtjc_53 @CoachZFitch 🔴⚫️ pic.twitter.com/PpxwB9AGaE
— Jᴍᴀᴜʀʏ Dᴀᴠɪs (@showtimeJD3) February 14, 2022
InsideTheRedRaiders’ Jarrett Johnson talked with Davis about his commitment:
Texas Tech defensive line coach Zarnell Fitch is leading Davis’ recruitment and the two have already forged a strong relationship.
“Coach Fitch is one that recruited me hard,” Davis said. “Coach Fitch is a great coach and most of all he’s a great man. We both came up from a rough childhood and I thought he knew about me the most and know what I could become on and off the field.”
Davis is one of many recruits who visited Texas Tech’s campus for a junior day event back on Jan. 29 and needless to say the trip made a big impression on him and was a major reason for him choosing the Red Raiders.
“Man, everything about Tech just made me excited (during the visit),” Davis said. “The living quarters were very nice, and I know they’ll help me get to the next level. As I went to a Tech (basketball) game I could picture myself on that field playing in red and black.”
Davis’ first highlight is him running down an offensive player in what seems like an incredible and unlikely thing to happen (spoiler: it does happen). Davis is sort of toying with opponents and is physically a superior athlete in almost every respect. I feel as if I’ve written that a lot since Joey McGuire has been the head coach. He’s a quick-twitch athlete that has great hips and moves incredibly well. He’s incredibly fast, faster than anyone on the field and it seems unfair.
This was the first of two commits of the day and it’s fun not being able to keep up (very tiring, but fun).