Davidson ran for 1,024 yards and 16 touchdowns last season and added 523 yards passing. He also starts at cornerback. Davidson's step-brother, Elijah Fields, was a star football player at Duquesne High School and played at Pitt.
Davidson said he plans to announce his college decision Sept. 6. Davidson holds 10 Division I offers, but said he will choose among West Virginia, Pitt and Western Michigan. West Virginia is recruiting Davidson as a safety, Pitt as an "athlete," and Western Michigan as a wide receiver.
OUR QUESTIONS, HIS ANSWERS
We hear West Virginia is your favorite. Is that true? Yeah, they are my No. 1. I just have to decide what position I want to play. It's just so hard because I like playing on both sides of the ball.
Name a team not on your schedule you wish you could play? I would say McKeesport, and, if Duquesne was still open (the high school closed in 2007), I would say Duquesne.
Has Duquesne changed since the high school closed? Definitely. When the high school shut down, everything shut down. It was the heart and soul of the city.
Do college football fans send you tweets? Yeah. They just say I should go to their school and they tell me why. It's just Twitter stuff. It's funny.
If you didn't play football, what fall sport would you want to play? I would try soccer. You move a lot. It takes good footwork and it keeps you in good shape.