Former Youth1 Elite 101 prospect picks up his first Division I offer | Youth1

Former Youth1 Elite 101 prospect picks up his first Division I offer

A former Youth1 Elite101 athlete has picked up his first Division I offer. Kahden Davis, a 6-foot, 203-pound quarterback out of New Jersey, saw his hard work pay off with being offered a football scholarship by the University of Maryland. Davis made the announcement via several platforms including Twitter.




Davis attends Seton Hall Prep High School in New Jersey. He's biding his time this season but has appeared in four games and has thrown for 227 yards and a couple of touchdowns. 

Youth1 ranked Davis as the No. 44 prospect in our Class of 2027 Elite101 prospect rankings. Prior to the start of his high school career, Davis made a national name for himself on the youth football scene. 

Youth1 watched him perform at a few camps this earlier this year including the Under Armour Next Camp in Baltimore (April) and THESHOW by NXGN in Atlanta (June).  Davis also played in the Under Armour 8th Grade All-American Game and the National AYF All-Star Game. He also attended The Mega IV, an FBU Regional Camp, Prep Redzone camp, and the FBU Top Gun camp.  

Congratulations to Kahden for receiving his first Division I football offer. It should be the first of more to come. 


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