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Video Highlights: 4-star WR, USC Commit Quaydarius Davis

Davis is a top-WR prospect nationally and the 102nd-best player overall for 2021

The Class of 2021 for the USC Trojans is a thing of beauty. It’s not only the top ranked class in the Pac-12 right now, it’s also one of the best nationally. It’s not going anywhere anytime soon, either.

Especially not with players like 4-star WR Quaydarius Davis committed to USC for next year.

Davis is the 17th-best receiver and the 16th-best player from the state of Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rating. He ranks as the 102nd-best player overall for this upcoming class and hails from Skyline High School in Dallas.

He had well over 20 scholarship offers and chose the Trojans back on the first of May. According to 247Sports, he projects as a Day 3 draft pick right now:

Good-sized receiver with enough frame space to continue adding bulk. Adequate to above average height and impressive build. Shows ability to play outside or move around the formation. Field-stretching threat with physical style and competitive nature. Flashes consistently good get-off compounded when given a free release. Ball-winner in contested situations. Plays with intensity and flashes impressive body awareness to adjust to the ball. Elevates and positions himself to win in the red zone. Can quickly get on top of defenders in vertical game. Faces strong competition in Texas Class 6A. Size and strength to be a factor as a blocker in the perimeter run game. Fairly sudden athlete in short-to-intermediate range with high ceiling as a route-runner. Functionally athletic on the field, but athleticism lacks full context of recent verified testing or track times. Can improve top-end speed. Production dropped from sophomore to junior season. Athletically violent and plays with some wasted motion at times. Can improve hands-catching consistency. Deep balls and screen game comprise most of production to date. Legitimate high-major receiver prospect with long-term NFL Draft potential.

And, thanks to today’s technology, we can take a look at his fabulous highlights from his first seasons in high school as well as his work this summer, ahead of his senior year.