St. John Bosco’s Wyatt Davis is the epitome of a “big man on campus”. Standing 6-foot-3, 310-pounds the offensive lineman headed to Ohio State is such a problem, opponents had to gameplan for him.
Davis led St. John Bosco to a CIF-SS Division 1 and CIF State Open Division title. In the division final the Braves moved Davis from tackle to guard, and ran the ball 62 times for 376 yards and five touchdowns in the win. Davis is an U.S. Army All-American, five-star recruit, and Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Football selection – the first offensive lineman since Santa Ana’s Larry Lutz in 1931.
Wyatt’s father Duane Davis (pictured with SCPL host Tarek Fattal), and teammate Kyle Murray came to represent Wyatt Sunday night due to Wyatt’s absence because of school at Ohio State University.