September 27, 2010
Davis is ready for Syracuse
A year ago Myles Davis was playing high school football and preparing for college. This summer his trip to college was thrown off when he found out he would have to attend a year of prep school first. Now at Milford Academy Davis is ready more than ever for college football.
"This season is great. I feel twenty times faster than I was during my senior year. I also feel a whole lot stronger and I understand the game more."
Davis, 6-foot- 0, 210 pounds is having a fine start to this season and his team is as well.
"Our season is going great. I was named defensive player of the game a couple games ago. We have been winning lately, but we had a bad loss to Army last Friday."
At Milford Davis has seen his grades and test scores improve. The academic life is what Milford is supposed to help with and they have done that, but they have also improved the three star linebacker on the football field.
"Milford has helped me in a lot of ways. I am definitely more disciplined and the fact that you have to be a team player and not an individual. There is a lot of division one talent up here and when I came up I was thinking about me, but now I know you can't do that. If you think like that you can't win."
At Milford Davis has been joined by future teammates Jeremiah Kobena and Dyshawn Davis. The three knew each other coming into Milford, but their time together has strengthened their bond.
"It is all going real great. We have become real close in the month that we have been here. We have had a lot of workouts and practices and we are with each other all the time, so we have a strong bond."
When August rolled around and Davis found out he was not heading up to Syracuse his recruiting process could have started over again. He chose to stay solid with Syracuse and the Orange stayed true as well and he once again is an Orange commitment and he likes how it feels.
"It feels real good and I just can't wait to get up there."
Note: Myles Davis is a solid verbal to the Syracuse Orange and he also told CuseConfidential.com that Jeremiah Kobena, Dyshawn Davis, and himself will be at Syracuse in January.
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