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Friday, July 27, 2012

By The Numbers: Nathan Davis

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Kentucky Football

Monday, July 23, 2012
By The Numbers: Nathan Davis
By Greg Shoemaker | Featured Analyst
Ryle quarterback Nathan Davis has been producing at the varsity level ever since his freshman year. He spent his first two years at Grant County before becoming the Raiders signal caller for his junior campaign.

He provided a great spark to Ryle after the season-ending injury to Travis Elliott and will enter 2012 as one of Northern Kentucky’s most prolific playmakers.

The versatile field general heads into his senior season as the only quarterback that TSF covers with over 2,000 yards passing and 2,000 yards rushing at the varsity level.

Here’s a deeper look at Davis’ numbers:

1 – Receiving touchdown in his career
4 – Career high rushing touchdowns in a game (vs. Boone County – 9/30/11)
8 – Passing touchdowns in his career
14 – Rushing touchdowns as a junior
17 – Receptions in his career
24 – Rushing touchdowns in his career
179 – Career high rushing yards in a game (vs. Conner – 10/7/11)
314 – Yards receiving in his career
926 – Yards passing as a junior
1,112 – Yards rushing as a junior
2,025 – Yards rushing in his career
2,339 – All-purpose yards in his career
2,348 – Yards passing in his career

Shoe is in his sixth season as a TSF Featured Analyst. The 1988 Xavier University graduate is an avid college basketball fan with a strong allegiance to the Musketeers. Greg is also the Director of Operation's for TriState Football's parent company GetSports Enterprises. If you are interested in covering your team, please CONTACT US.


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