Kicker Connor Davis Earns National Player of the Week


The votes are in, and 2018 prospect Connor Davis of Florida has earned Kohl's Kicking National Player of the Week honors with his all-around performance.

Davis, Class of 2018 kicker/punter, connected on a career long 52-yard field goal, tying a Forest High School record. Davis shares the record with the former standout and late Danny Krysalka. Davis completed the night hitting both field goal attempts with the other from 33 yards out.

Not only did he put points on the board, but he had a tremendous night flipping the field as a punter. Davis posted a 42-yard punt average on 2 punts, placing 2 inside the 20-yard-line. His longest punt was 56 yards.

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