2021 wide receiver Quay Davis was the first Texas commit in the 2021 class. (Mike Craven)

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Wide receiver Quaydarius Davis becomes Texas’ first commitment in 2021 class

Posted June 9th, 2019


Texas is still piecing together its 2020 class, but that doesn’t stop the staff from recruiting the next batch of talent. The recruiting cycle is faster than ever with the advent of the early signing period and the ability of juniors to take official visits in the spring. The Longhorns want to keep pace and stay ahead of their rivals inside the Lone Star State. Dallas Skyline wide receiver Quaydarius Davis pledged to Texas on Sunday, becoming the first commitment in the 2021 class. The Longhorns hold six pledges in the 2020 cycle.

Davis is an elite wide receiver who should be a four-star prospect once his class is given composite rankings. The 6-foot, 193-pound Davis is an electric receiver after the catch who ranks in the top 100 in his class and as the 13th-best wide receiver in the country, per 247Sports. He can play slot or outside receiver.

Davis caught 29 passes for 702 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore.

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