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Up Close: Ray Ray Davis

Up Close: Ray Ray Davis

MONROE, N.C. --- North Carolina commitment Vincent "Ray Ray" Davis burst onto the prep scene in 2006 by setting the Union County record for receptions in a season – as a sophomore, with no prior varsity experience.

"He's a playmaker – that's the best way to describe Ray," Sun Valley head football coach Scott Stein said. "He's a 100-percent playmaker. When you get the ball in his hands – which you've got to do in multiple ways because people start to focus on him – he can do some things with it." Junior Season Highlights: Getting the ball in Davis' hands multiple ways is Stein's top priority. "We... Recommended Stories

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