Last month, Iowa Football extended a scholarship offer to Stillwell (KS) Blue Valley High receiver Andre Davis. Minnesota, Iowa State, Kansas and Kansas State also have jumped in with one of the fastest rising wideouts in the region.
The Hawkeyes have made a good early impression on Davis with position coach Kelton Copeland leading the way.
“I think he’s a great coach who knows what’s best for us players and knows what to do to get us to where we want to go,” Davis told HF.
Iowa, Minnesota and Iowa State all offered Davis a scholarship with a day of each other during the first week of December. In 10 games last season, he caught 53 passes for 883 yards and three touchdowns. He rushed three times for 39 yards.
Davis kept his eye on the Hawkeyes this fall as former Blue Valley standout Mason Richman started at left tackle as a redshirt freshman.
“I know they had a really good season, and they do a great job of developing their players,” Davis said.
Davis (6-4, 200) is intrigued by Iowa.
“I want to learn more about the environment and how I will fit in there. I plan to visit as soon as I can,” he said.
While academics will play a big role in Davis’ ultimate decision, he has not settled on a college major.
Rivals has not yet ranked Davis. 247Sports sees him as a three-star prospect, the No. 39 receiver nationally in 2023 and the fifth-best player overall in Kansas for the cycle.