Quinshad Davis Picks UNC

Quinshad Davis Picks UNC

GAFFNEY, S.C. --- Quinshad Davis took the mic just after noon on Signing Day and announced that he will be a Tar Heel. North Carolina began recruiting the 6-foot-3, 180-pound wide receiver just three weeks ago.

Davis, who called Tar Heel head coach Larry Fedora right after making his announcement, selected UNC over finalists Tennessee and Wake Forest. Clemson, NC State, Ole Miss and South Carolina also offered.

"The coaching staff, the players - I felt the most comfortable there," Davis said. "They showed me film and they run basically the same thing we run."

As a senior, Davis helped Gaffney to the Class AAAA Division I title game by catching 108 passes for 2,009 yards and 25 touchdowns. Following the season, he was named to his second consecutive All-State team, and selected to play in the Shrine Bowl and Offense-Defense All-American Bowl games.

"He just have exceptional hands and he's such a competitor," Gaffney head coach Dan Jones said. "He catches away from his body. He's a winner. He runs good routes, has a little wiggle to him, and with his size he's going to be special for somebody."

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