North Shore dual-threat Dematrius Davis Jr. commits to Auburn. After de-committing from Virginia Tech earlier this month, North Shore’s Dematrius Davis Jr. went on Instagram Live and Texan Live to announce his commitment to the Tigers.
Davis says it was a tough decision, especially choosing to leave his previous commitment to Virginia Tech. “The more I thought about it, the more I thought it was the right decisions… it’s about my family,” Davis said after his commitment.
“I’m just proud,” his mother said. “I’m just proud. I want him to keep God first and then everything else will fall in place.”
The four-star dual-threat quarterback made an unofficial visit to Virginia Tech on November 9, 2019 before committing to the Hokies just four days later on November 14. Earlier this month, Davis de-committed saying he wanted to take a good look at his choices and have the time to decide which program would best suit him and his family.
Davis is listed as the No. 6 dual-threat in the nation tallying over 2,670 passing yards, 1,446 rushing yards, 54 total touchdowns, two back-to-back state championship titles, and a 15-1 record with North Shore.
With 32 other offers, Davis chose Auburn over his finalists of reigning national champions LSU, Virginia Tech, and Texas A&M.