Cut loose from the Washington State Cougars before he ever got there

Rams football star Terrell Davis to sign with Arizona Sun Devils

Mount Douglas Rams running back Terrell Davis will play NCAA football for Arizona State

An angel off the field, high school football star Terrell Davis is now a devil on it.

The Mount Douglas Rams senior, known for his friendly demeanour, has officially signed a full scholarship deal to play football with the Arizona State Sun Devils in the NCAA.

Davis’ previous commitment to the Washington State Cougars was recently nullified when the Cougars coaching staff was replaced.

Arizona replaced its coaching staff too, however, and brought in former Cougars co-defensive co-ordinator Chris Ball as an assistant coach.

Ball immediately recruited Davis for the second time this season.

“Terrell is a gifted athlete, a great young man and is well deserving of his full scholarship at Arizona State,” said Rams coach Mark Townsend.

Davis joins two other Saanich athletes – Olympic diver Riley McCormick and swimmer Cassie Morrice – on the Sun Devils campus.

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