Running back Kam Davis was a massive addition to the Florida State football program in the 2024 recruiting cycle.
Davis, who played quarterback for Dougherty High (Albany, Ga.), finished with 5,575 passing yards and 40 touchdowns, also adding 3,157 rushing yards and 35 touchdowns.
Davis posted pictures of himself earlier this winter of the 145th-overall-ranked prospect and the 11th-rated running back in the 2024 cycle taking part in FSU’s offseason Tour of Duty led by FSU director of strength and conditioning Josh Storms.
Davis, listed at 5-foot-10, 220 pounds, already looks the part of a college football back and fans took notice.
Kam Davis takes part in a Florida State football workout.
But despite him watching FSU workouts for nearly three years, he’s learning firsthand how different college workouts can be.
“I’m doing pretty good in them,” Davis said of the workouts said in his first interview at FSU last Wednesday.
“Seeing them, I thought they would be a lot easier than they are. But being here, being able to participate in Tour of Duty, it’s been a real challenge.”
The Seminoles are looking to replace Trey Benson (NFL Draft) and Rodney Hill (FAMU transfer) at running back.
Despite being just a freshman, Davis projects for playing time along with returners Lawrance Toafili and Caziah Holmes, as well as transfer portal addition Roydell Williams (Alabama).
But roles have not been decided yet.
“Right now, the conversation is more just getting the work in and progressing. [Running backs] coach [David Johnson], we haven’t had conversations about who is going to start, who is going to play the most, nothing like that,” Davis said.
“He just wants all the running backs on the whole team to be able to get the work in, be able to succeed and feed off each other.”
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Author : Tallahassee Democrat
Publish date : 2024-02-12 22:01:14
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