June 13, 2024

Dematrius Davis, the former quarterback for Auburn and Alabama State, is transferring to an FBS school. Davis announced on social media that he has committed to the University of Texas at San Antonio. Davis, a high school football legend from Galena Park North Shore in Texas, amassed 13,583 total yards—10,536 passing and 3,047 rushing—and 171 touchdowns over his high school career, leading his team to state championships in 2018 and 2019 with a 51-3 record as a starter. Ranked as the 24th best quarterback and 35th best prospect in Texas for the 2021 class, Davis had offers from numerous Power Five schools but chose Auburn, enrolling in January 2021.

4-star Quarterback Dematrius Davis Will Be An Auburn Tiger - College and  Magnolia

At Auburn, Davis was benched during the 2021 season despite a successful high school career and faced increased competition when Auburn brought in additional quarterbacks. This led him to transfer to Alabama State, where he started nine games in his first season, earning MVP honors at the MEAC-SWAC Challenge. In 2023, he played in five games, completing 42 of 61 passes for 413 yards and three touchdowns before ending the season on the bench and entering the transfer portal.

In his transfer announcement, Davis thanked Alabama State and its coaching staff for their support and expressed gratitude for his time there. With two years of eligibility remaining, Davis is now set to continue his collegiate career at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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