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Defensive back Sean Davis rises from obscurity

The feedback about his recruiting tape was mostly the same for Sean Davis, a defensive back and rising senior at Maret. College coaches were interested in what they saw – a 6-foot-1, 175-pound player with 4.42 speed. Davis has pulled in four scholarships offers, including ones from Boston College and Connecticut. On Sunday, Maryland offered Davis following their camp. And with more schools interested, such as North Carolina, Davis is shaping up to be perhaps the most highly recruited football player to come out of Maret, a private school with over 600 K-12 students in the District. (Washington Post)

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