The Michigan football team will enter the 2023 season in search of its third straight Big Ten championship. The Wolverines are expected to be led by QB J.J. McCarthy along with a prolific passing offense.
Meanwhile, the Wolverines’ most high profile 2024 recruit, five-star quarterback Jadyn Davis, is preparing for the Elite 11 quarterback camp from June 14-16.
“It’s a great deal of pride an honor and I’m extremely grateful for the whole Michigan fan base,” Davis said.
“They’ve shown me nothing but love. If anybody says anything at me, they attack them. They’ve shown me love. I’m representing them and the whole Michigan program and that brand when I’m out there. I do that each and every day…I’m trying to show Michigan in the most positive light possible and be victorious as well.”
Other competitors at the prestigious QB camp include C.J. Carr, son of former Michigan Head Coach Lloyd Carr and a Notre Dame commit, Air Noland, an Ohio State commit, Ethan Grunkemeyer, a Penn State commit, and others.
Georgia commit Dylan Raiola, son of former Lion Dominic Raiola, also is expected to attend.
Davis said he’s excited to carry the Michigan flag forward in Los Angeles in a competition with the best of the best nationwide.
“The way I was raised and the way that I’m built when the lights get bright, I perform better,” Davis said to On3.
“That’s the stage where you want to perform your best. We’ll separate the boys from the men. The reporters will see throw for throw who is who they say they are. There’s no hiding in this competition… I’m built for moments like this when people may doubt me. I’ve been doubted. This isn’t the first time and it isn’t the last time. I’m going in with a killer mentality and looking to compete.”
While he is friends with a number of top prospects, he is ready to battle it out for the number one spot.
“I’m friends with a good number of guys out there as well, but we’re going to go throw for throw and much respect to the other quarterbacks,” Davis said.