- Running Back/Slot Receiver
- Bishop Alemany HS (Mission Hills, CA)
- Ht: 5'10" / Wt: 175
From one Pac-12 school to another, USC has now officially acquired the services of four-star athlete Dominic Davis. The Bishop Alemany product, who watched his teammate Desean Holmes decommit from USC in December, flipped his commitment from Washington State over to coach Tee Martin and company back in late October.
Dominic Davis will likely compete for time as a slot receiver at USC with the chance to get some carries in the backfield here and there. His blazing speed could allow him to even venture towards special teams for Troy. The four-star athlete is the fastest player in the Trojans' recruiting class after he ran an amazing 10.47 in the 100-meter dash.
The 5-foot-10 running back/slot receiver committed to USC back on October 26, and his confidence in the Trojans bolstered after a conversation with head coach Steve Sarkisian.
"I talked to Coach Steve Sarkisian. and he told me I would be doing both - running the ball and catching the ball. I feel good about that. I'm versatile, and it's exciting to know they have the confidence to use me in a variety of ways," Davis told TrojanSports.com.
Check out some of the elusive plays Dominic Davis put forth in a Mission League game against Chaminade (West Hills, California) during a First-Team All-League and All-Area season for the Alemany Warriors.
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