UBC gets big transfer from NCAA (VIDEO)


Local running back comes home, brother & CFC # 3 has official NCAA visit lined up

Two brothers appear to be going in different directions with their gridiron careers.

Terrell Davis is coming back north of the border.  The 6’0, 232 pound running back from Victoria, British Columbia will be in a UBC Thunderbirds uniform for the 2014 CWUAA season.  Davis is transferring over from the University of Arizona State Sun Devils after redshirting his freshman year.

Previous to the NCAA, Davis suited up for his high school team, Mount Douglas Rams of the British Columbia High School Athletic Association (BCHSFA).  He has been honoured with the MVP for Junior and Varsity AA provincial games, the opportunity to represent BC in the Football Canada Cup, and the award for being British Columbia’s high school football Player of the Year. He led the Rams to two provincial high school titles and amassed 3,847 rushing yards and scored 48 touchdowns.

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Meanwhile, his younger brother, CFC # 3 Marcus Davis has a busy couple of days ahead.  The 5’9, 177 pound running back is scheduled to visit Washington State this upcoming weekend.  The Thunderbirds are also in the mix for Davis.  This past season, the running back led the Rams to their third consecutive provincial ‘AAA’ championship.  In the championship game, he racked up 183 rushing yards on 27 carries, 58 receiving yards on three catches, scored three touchdowns, registered five tackles and caught the key interception in which solidified the win.

Prior to the championship game, he amassed 870 rushing yards (average of 21.75 yards per carry) and scored 13 touchdowns as well as 336 receiving yards (26.14 yards per catch) and five receiving majors. Additionally, the Rams offensive weapon racked up 280 kick return yards (average of 35 yards per return) and scored three touchdowns. For his exceptional play on the field, Davis was selected for the second consecutive season as the BCHSFA ‘AAA’ Player of the Year.

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