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Davon Banks, 2021 3* DB, San Jacinto (HS), CA (Committed)

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  • sinceredawgsinceredawg Member Posts: 504
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    It's a rational move if they think he's better than what Harris is able to sign in the 22 cycle. Remains to be seen what that says either way.
  • bluechipuwrecruitsbluechipuwrecruits Member Posts: 394
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    It's a rational move if they think he's better than what Harris is able to sign in the 22 cycle. Remains to be seen what that says either way.

    If he is better than what we can sign in 2022, then we’re screwed at CB.
    dirtysouwfdawg
  • CFetters_Nacho_LoverCFetters_Nacho_Lover Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 21,704
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    SAN JACINTO — The San Jacinto football team successfully swung the Mountain Pass League pendulum to the east a season ago by breaking Citrus Hill’s 13-year run as league champion.

    On Saturday, the Tigers and Davon Banks made sure it didn’t swing back.


    Banks scored three touchdowns as the host Tigers built a 28-point, third-quarter lead and triumphed to a 35-21 victory over the Hawks.

    The win establishes San Jacinto as the prohibitive favorite in the Mountain Pass League, moving forward.


    “It’s a great thing for our program,” San Jacinto coach Aric Galliano said. “The kids have worked hard. I’ve had these seniors all four years, and a good way to send them off was winning this game. As juniors last year, they ended the streak for (Citrus Hill) at 13 years, and we’re hoping to continue.”

    Banks, a senior defensive back and receiver, has yet to find a college home for next year. He certainly helped his chances by catching four passes for 171 yards and scoring on pass plays of 39 and 85 yards while also returning a 92-yard kickoff for a score. He also had two other touchdowns negated by penalties, including a would-be, 99-yard interception return in the fourth quarter.

    “I do it on both sides of the ball, offense and defense,” Banks said, “and I was able to do it today on special teams, a well.”

    Banks’ kickoff return gave San Jacinto (4-1, 3-0 league) a 14-7 lead with 2:58 left in the first quarter. In the second quarter, he made a sensational, one-handed grab at the sideline, then reversed field and cut across for an 85-yard score with 4:33 left in the first half.

    Tigers senior Kobe Ramirez opened the third-quarter scoring with a 39-yard touchdown, and freshman quarterback Sebastian Wood found another freshman, Dillon Gresham, for a 15-yard touchdown pass with 2:05 left in the third quarter.


    Anybody know anything about the league San Jacinto is in?



    Mike reads this bored reset
    You think he'd have called @Doog_de_Jour by now.
    GrundleStiltzkin1to392831weretaken
  • Doog_de_JourDoog_de_Jour Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 6,579
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    SAN JACINTO — The San Jacinto football team successfully swung the Mountain Pass League pendulum to the east a season ago by breaking Citrus Hill’s 13-year run as league champion.

    On Saturday, the Tigers and Davon Banks made sure it didn’t swing back.


    Banks scored three touchdowns as the host Tigers built a 28-point, third-quarter lead and triumphed to a 35-21 victory over the Hawks.

    The win establishes San Jacinto as the prohibitive favorite in the Mountain Pass League, moving forward.


    “It’s a great thing for our program,” San Jacinto coach Aric Galliano said. “The kids have worked hard. I’ve had these seniors all four years, and a good way to send them off was winning this game. As juniors last year, they ended the streak for (Citrus Hill) at 13 years, and we’re hoping to continue.”

    Banks, a senior defensive back and receiver, has yet to find a college home for next year. He certainly helped his chances by catching four passes for 171 yards and scoring on pass plays of 39 and 85 yards while also returning a 92-yard kickoff for a score. He also had two other touchdowns negated by penalties, including a would-be, 99-yard interception return in the fourth quarter.

    “I do it on both sides of the ball, offense and defense,” Banks said, “and I was able to do it today on special teams, a well.”

    Banks’ kickoff return gave San Jacinto (4-1, 3-0 league) a 14-7 lead with 2:58 left in the first quarter. In the second quarter, he made a sensational, one-handed grab at the sideline, then reversed field and cut across for an 85-yard score with 4:33 left in the first half.

    Tigers senior Kobe Ramirez opened the third-quarter scoring with a 39-yard touchdown, and freshman quarterback Sebastian Wood found another freshman, Dillon Gresham, for a 15-yard touchdown pass with 2:05 left in the third quarter.


    Anybody know anything about the league San Jacinto is in?



    Mike reads this bored reset
    You think he'd have called @Doog_de_Jour by now.
    RIGHT?!?!?
    GrundleStiltzkin1to392831weretakenhuskyhooligan
  • bananasnblondesbananasnblondes Member Posts: 13,610
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    Interestingly though, Biggins is gargling this kid's nuts over on dawgman. Says he has the measurable of a "borderline 4*".

    Still, seems like this should have been a PWO offer unless we're about to hear of some guys leaving the team
    dnc
  • MontlakeBridgeTrollMontlakeBridgeTroll Member Posts: 919
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    We often discover guys first... like Justin Herbert.
  • dannarcdannarc Member Posts: 1,536
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    From his hudl you can tell that he has great speed. He pulls away from other guys and it looks like he's giving about half as much effort as the guys chasing him. Shows a willingness to come down hill and hit. Shows decent agility... at minimum this guy has high athletic upside.

    Will he do anything to win the gayme?
    huskyhooligan
  • TequillaTequilla Member Posts: 19,236
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    dannarc said:

    From his hudl you can tell that he has great speed. He pulls away from other guys and it looks like he's giving about half as much effort as the guys chasing him. Shows a willingness to come down hill and hit. Shows decent agility... at minimum this guy has high athletic upside.

    Will he do anything to win the gayme?
    Ask Herm
  • TequillaTequilla Member Posts: 19,236
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    Interestingly though, Biggins is gargling this kid's nuts over on dawgman. Says he has the measurable of a "borderline 4*".

    Still, seems like this should have been a PWO offer unless we're about to hear of some guys leaving the team

    I suspect there are players that slipped through the cracks with COVID ... so it’s entirely possible that had high end measurables that people were in the dark on

    When you add to it a HS that probably hasn’t been front of mind on people’s radar ...

    That said who knows although he made things look fairly effortless on his Hudl ... I’ll trust that an in person evaluation matters
    backthepack
  • backthepackbackthepack Member Posts: 18,313
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    6” 180 runs a 10.78 apparently? Not a bad depth guy.
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  • dncdnc Member Posts: 54,245
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    6” 180 runs a 10.78 apparently? Not a bad depth guy.

    There's no way he's 6' or 180.
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  • BleachedAnusDawgBleachedAnusDawg Member Posts: 7,531
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    dnc said:

    6” 180 runs a 10.78 apparently? Not a bad depth guy.

    There's no way he's 6' or 180.
    I think that's what his 247 lists him at, but yeah, not on tape.
    dnc
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