South Carolina commit Braden Davis shows versatility in another Friday night win

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With the opposing team determined to take away the passing game, Braden Davis did a little bit everything Friday night.

The South Carolina commit and Middletown (Delaware) quarterback threw only seven times, completing five passes for 144 yards and two touchdowns in the 49-7 win over St. Georges Tech.

Davis also ran it three times for 52 yards in the game.

“We saw a team determined to take away the throws,” Middletown coach Zachary Blum told The State on Saturday. “They played two-man and gave us the run. Braden did a great job being a football player, running, making decisions, passing when called, and even blocking.”

Middletown is 5-1 on the season and has three regular-season games left before the playoffs begin.

A look at how some of the other USC commits fared this week:

Landon Samson, WR, Southlake Carroll (Texas): Left Thursday’s game with an injury and likely will miss the regular season. Southlake has two regular-season games left before the playoffs. Samson has 33 catches for 634 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.

Nick Emmanwori, S/WR, Irmo: Emmanwori entered Friday’s game with 121 solo tackles and seven quarterback hurries.

Peyton Williams S, Rockwall Heath (Texas): Williams has 45 tackles, three for loss and nine passes defensed this season.

Kyliq Horton, WR, Clarendon Hall: He entered Friday’s game with 28 catches for 481 yards and seven touchdowns.

Jamaal Whyce, DL, Florida Christian: Whyce has 33 tackles, eight for loss, 1½ sacks and three caused fumbles this season.

Kajuan Banks Amos P Godby (Fla.): Has 19 catches for 296 yards on offense. On defense, Banks has 60 tackles and two interceptions.

Donovan Westmoreland, LB, Griffin HS (Ga.): Has 55 tackles, 14 for loss, seven sacks and three forced fumbles this season.

Emory Floyd, S Hillgrove HS (Ga.): Has 16 tackles and two interceptions this season.

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