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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Muskegon Catholic Central 2019 RB/LB Avery Evans-Davis Player Profile and Interview

- Most recent update: 5/1/2017
  • High School:
    • Muskegon Catholic Central
  • Graduation Year:
    • 2019
  • Primary Position:
    • RB
  • Secondary Position (s):
    • LB
  • Height:
    • 5'10"
  • Weight:
    • 185 lbs
  • Anticipated Major:
    • Undecided
  • Experience:
    • 1 year varsity, 1 year Jv
  • Stats:
    • (Varsity) Offense
      • yds rushing-420
      • yds/game-50.33
      • yds/carry-8.33 
      • Fum-0
      • Td's-4
    • (Varsity)defense 
      • Tackles-3
    • (Jv)offense
      • Td's-13
  • Colleges that you are interested in:
    • Michigan State 
    • Wayne State 
    • GVSU
    • Toledo 
    • Eastern Michigan 
    • Western Michigan 
    • Central Michigan 
    • Miami of Ohio
  • Colleges that have shown you interest:
    • Ferris State
  • Intangibles:
    • The one thing that separates me from others on the football field is the way I prepare for the  game of football starting off from the time I wake up on that Friday morning until that scoreboard hits 0:0 
    • As soon as my alarm clock goes off in the morning I set my mind on one thing only ""achieving greatness"" for one my brothers all around me on that field.Without my brothers I'm nothing as a running back (focusing on my offensive line) without them I can't do my job.
  • How I play the game:
    • I play the game of football with a very unselfish mine set weather it's me not getting the ball or other wise just me blocking for my QB whatever helps my team ""achieve greatness"" I'm all for it even if it is not me in the spot light 
    • I really try to focus very hard on perfecting my blocking because as a running back there's more then just running the ball.
  • Outlook on High School Football and it's experiences
    • These past two years of of high school football have been one of the best experiences I have so far in my life just yet 
    • My goals are to further my education and also my football career at the next level but the first start to achieving these goals is ""work"" without work your just a average player and a average student which I don't want to be. High school football has taught me a lot of things such as responsibility and accountability.
  • Discuss the potential opportunity or the opportunity of playing on the next level
    • Playing at the next level interest me very much because every since I've been little at the age of 5 watching college football and going to football games on Saturdays it just interests me (I plain out just love this game!).
    • What would I tell a coach- I'm ready to work
  • Other accolades and/or awards or miscellaneous
    • Twitter:  @_adavis06_

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