Versatile athlete promises to add tremendous value to the MoCo roster this Fall
Not a ton of programs can boast of adding versatile athletic talent the likes of Stryker Davidson to the roster. That is why programs like Montgomery County High routinely competes very well in the 5A classification’s sixth (6th)-district.Fletcher W. Long, KPGFootball’s Senior Scout
Stryker Davidson is a member of the ’26 class of football prospects getting ready to embark on the freshman season. We can’t imagine a better given name for a football player who claims OLB among his slotted positions than “Stryker.” Davidson had a fine career in middle school and in a variety of different sports.
Davidson appears to us to be an unassuming sort at least physically. He is 15-years old, or so our research tells us, and he weighs 150-pounds. He is 5’10” and plays DB/OLB on the defensive side of the football and is a shortstop (SS), outfielder (OF) on the baseball team.
Last time we checked, and we don’t cover baseball, but they aren’t putting the bad athletes at SS. Of course the bad athletes aren’t getting slotted at DB/OLB in football either.
Needless to say, the empirical data suggests Davidson is a superior athlete. Davidson prowess isn’t confined to just the two sports above mentioned.
Last year, the rising 9th-grader at Montgomery county wrestled and took 4th in his weight class in the middle school regionals. He may well have gone on to state and improved on the regional performance, we just couldn’t find it listed online anywhere.
We know this…freshmen who demonstrate the athletic prowess Davidson has thus far exhibited are always welcomed additions to any high school program, even programs competing at the 5A-classification and in its sixth (6th)-district. Ask MoCo’s head football coach, Michael Caba.
We haven’t asked him but we are sure he would readily agree. Talent like Stryker Davidson coming into the ranks and onto the roster will improve last season’s 4-7 considerably. It is just a matter of how fast we can get these ’26s ready to contribute.
This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for KPGFootball, and we’re JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!
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