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Jadyn Davis breaks down why he loves the Michigan football offense

Jadyn Davis broke down why he loves his future’s teams offensive set.



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Nov 13, 2021; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh gestures from the sideline during the fourth quarter against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Beaver Stadium. Michigan defeated Penn State 21-17. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports

This week, Jadyn Davis, a five-star Wolverine commit and quarterback from Providence Day High School in North Carolina, traveled to Los Angeles, CA for this year’s Elite 11 finals. After Davis’s remarkable performance, he had a brief interview with Josh Pate and Steve Wiltfong through 247 Sports. During the interview, the future of Michigan football analyzed the Maize and Blue offense and discussed his aspirations for the NFL Draft.

Jadyn Davis breaks down the Michigan football offense, talks NFL Draft hopes following Elite 11 performance

Jadyn Davis is the talk of the town in Ann Arbor right now, with J.J. McCarthy, a former five-star QB turned Michigan Wolverine, eligible for the 2024 NFL Draft. Davis is being pinned as the future of football for the Maize and Blue. This week, Davis experienced his fair share of ups and downs during the Elite 11 skills competition. However, overall, he turned heads and impressed, particularly during the 7-on-7 drills.

After his performance, the five-star Maize and Blue commit had the opportunity to sit down with some of the biggest names in college football to discuss the Michigan football offense and more.

“Football was a big factor [in picking Michigan],” Jadyn Davis told Josh Pate on Friday. “A pro-style offense — you know, when the time the draft comes, God willing, I won’t be knocked just because I played in a college-style offense, and I will have that experience.

Coach Harbaugh, he is as good as they come,” Davis continued. “A guy that has had pro experience, been in the Super Bowl, has played [quarterback]. I feel like that’s unique for the quarterback position specifically because it is a very unique position to play, honestly … ultimately, I felt that Michigan was the spot for home.”

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