Michigan is already looking ahead to 2016 and one of the positions utilized the most in Harbaugh’s offense as they have extended an offer to tailback/fullback Kingston Davis out of Prattville, Alabama.
After missing out on Stanford commit Reagan Williams, Harbaugh has quickly turned to the next class in order to find himself a fullback/power back that fits his offense. And Davis is a great fit. He is one of the top fullbacks in the class (though he’s listed as a running back still) and would be a very nice addition to the class.
Davis spoke to The Wolverine’s Tim Sullivan about what he’s looking for in his future college program ($):
I’m physical, I run with power and speed in one,” he said. “I probably want to improve my quickness. I’m looking for team that likes to run the football and is successful with it. I want a team that puts people into The League, the next level. And I want a winning program.”
Look for Michigan to try and get him on campus as soon as possible to start building the relationship.
Photo Credit: AP Photo/Tony Ding
- New Michigan Man: 2022 TE Marlin Klein Commits to Michigan - Sep 22, 2020
- 2021 LB Casey Phinney Flips from Michigan to Boston College - Sep 20, 2020
- New Michigan Man: RB Tavierre Dunlap Commits to Michigan - Sep 12, 2020