Mon March 20, 2017
He has a loose and easy delivery, touching 88 mph with is fastball and working mostly 84-86 mph. He showed a tight spinning 69-71 mph breaking ball and a change up at 81-84 with occasional arm side sink.
He has a slender frame with an athletic delivery. His build has the ability to add strength to an already quick arm.
Here is a look inside the recruitment of Clarke Davenport
PBR: Are you looking for anything in particular in a school? (Example: high academics, certain academic program, local, etc.)?
Davenport: Academics is a big key to choosing a college. I plan on majoring in Business/Marketing or Journalism with emphasis in the field of sports.
PBR: How did you do your junior year? What were your high school statistics? And how did your team do?
Davenport: I did well my junior year when I was in the game. I don't my high schools statistics because I haven't played too many games at the varsity level yet. I have about 6 appearances pitching in relief so far at the varsity level, doing well in those appearances.
PBR: What are you goals for your senior season?
Davenport: My goals for senior year are, to be a all-state pitcher and hit at least one home run over the fences before high school is over. Help lead my team to a state championship.
PBR: What travel team do you play for? Are you playing fall ball with a team?
Davenport: I play for the Rawlings Tigers 18u Black. I did played fall ball were we scrimmaged against college teams just about every weekend.
PBR: Do you play any other sports?
Davenport: I used to play football and play as an quarterback, but with concern for injuries I decided not to play football anymore.
PBR: What are your ACT and GPA?
Davenport: My GPA is a 3.5 weighted and my ACT is a 20.