Recruiting Round Up: Davenport, Cowart, Griffin and Snelling

Jahrvis Davenport, Robinson
Jahrvis Davenport, Robinson

Is Jahrvis Davenport solid on Maryland?
YES! However, nothing is ever solid until the ink goes to paper. Davenport is a bigger grab than Maryland fans may know.

• HAND/EYE Concentration is off the chart. Picks the ball out the air from any point
• Sharp route runner and smooth in transition
• Difference maker after the catch. He transforms into a running back once he turns up field. Such a strong runner.
• Acceleration!

Official Dates Set for Cowart, what do they mean?
Armwood DE Byron Cowart official visitation dates are set:
10/18 to Alabama (vs. Texas A&M)
11/15 to Florida (vs. South Carolina)
11/22 to Oregon (vs. Colorado)
11/29 to Florida State (vs. Florida)

May not mean much, but pay attention to the first and last visits and the opponent. Now, imagine the atmosphere on each campus for those games. In addition, the most popular recruits, college coaches push to get to the biggest home games for obvious reasons. Back to the First and Last scheduled visit; First visit sets the benchmark. Last visit is the freshest on the mind.

Jordan Griffins Top 3
Armwood LB Jordan Griffin has chopped down his list and anticipates making an official announcement on the 12th of October. Currently his top schools are Wisconsin, Boston College and Central Florida. Griffin has a very good head on his shoulders and looks at the big picture. Comes across, as a leader looking to grow as a young man. He is expecting to visit Wisconsin this weekend after rescheduling his visit when the Badgers hosted USF a few weeks back.

Kezio Snelling Update
Steinbrenner 2015 WR Kezio Snelling suffered a season ending knee injury. Prior to, he was one of the hottest prospects in the area. “Purdue has a lot of interest in me even with my injury and so does Rutgers and Marshall,” said Snelling. He still has offers from all three. Tulane is rising on his list also.