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Mr. Scot

Stephen Davis Jr.

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(for those with fond memories of his dad's days as a Panther...)

 

Stephen Davis Jr.

 

Linebacker/defensive back for Dutch Forks High School in Irmo, SC.

 

6'3, 185 (per his profile in the article linked below)

 

Has offers from over half a dozen colleges (mostly SEC schools) despite the fact that he doesn't graduate until 2016.

 

Has been getting letters from colleges since he was in the eighth grade.

 

Speculation from some scouts is that he may be a better football player than his dad.

 

Stephen Davis Jr. sets his own path

 

Yeah, I know it'll never happen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be great if it did though, wouldn't it? :D

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If what happened?

 

If he wound up as a great player for the Panthers...like his dad.

 

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Maybe Delhomme's sons can both make the team as well  :startle:

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Hope he can handle himself better than Stephen Sr. did against M. Westbrook  :startle:

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Maybe Delhomme's sons can both make the team as well  :startle:

 

I actually don't think Delhomme has a son.  If i recall correctly, he has two daughters.

 

With Davis Jr, since he plays defense, there's the potential he could come here and be coached by Sam Mills III.

 

(again, no realistic shot, but it's the bye week so...)

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Side Note: You know you're getting old when you realize players you're watching now are the sons of the players you watched growing up.

Even worse when you realize they're the sons of players you watched when you were already grown up :(

(when Stephen Davis signed with the Panthers, I was 36)

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Wow, has high school football changed in the Columbia area. I lived there for almost 20 years, in the Spring Valley district. My brother lived in the Dutch Forks district in Irmo for about 30 years. Neither were power houses then, far from it.

 

I agree, Mr. Scot, about getting old. Sigh.

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It's likely he will change positions when it gets to college.

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