August 3, 2010
Could the Sooners Go Back to Texas for 2012 QB?
With former Sooner Heisman trophy winner Sam Bradford just days removed from signing one of the most lucrative rookie contracts in NFL history the quarterback position in Norman is on the verge of becoming a much more high profile position than ever before. Be it in on campus, NFL scouts, or even in the recruiting game things are becoming more and more of a primetime event for Josh Heupel in Oklahoma's quarterback recruiting.
In the class of 2012 no player in the state of Texas is garnering more attention than Klein Forest signal caller Matt Davis. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect has already had some contact with Heupel along with hold offers from the likes of Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech among several others but for now is simply focusing on a big year for Forest.
In fact it's a year he is hoping will be the start of a string of championships for the Golden Eagles.
"We start practice next Monday," Davis said. "First and foremost, my team comes first. I want to establish Klein Forest to see us as a dynasty. I want them to talk about us like they do Katy or St. Thomas Aquinas in Florida. I want to become known as the school that is always going to be there, they are always going to be able to eat.
"Personally, I want to establish as a more versatile part of the offense, I want to be more of a passing threat. I want to strike fear in people when they watch film to where they are just clueless. (I want them to be unsure) whether they are going to play run support or play pass, not necessarily where they feel they can just stuff the box and stop the run."
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