Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Thomas Gammerdinger
Position
Primary Position Quarterback
Secondary Positions RB, FB, TE, DE, OLB, ILB, S, KR, LS, P, PR
Athlete
PYARDS PENALTIES FUM LOST FUM
Career - - - 1
Season - - - 1
defense
TDS TACKLES TACKLE ASSISTS SAF SACKS SACK YDS PUNTS BLKD PASS BLKD LNG INT INT YDS INT FUM REC FRC FUM FGS BLKD
Career - 33 23 - - - - - - - - 1 1 -
Season - 33 23 - - - - - - - - 1 1 -
passing
TIP SACKS PASS YDS PASS YD AVG PASS TDS PASS PCT PASS COM PASS ATT LNG TD INT
Career 1.00 1 1,032 - 13 - - - 52 1
Season 1.00 1 931 - 13 - - - 52 1
qb rushing
QB YDS/RUSH QB RUSHES QB RUSH YDS QB RUSH TDS QB LNG RUSH
Career 7.5 125 1,002 14 75
Season 6.8 107 723 10 52
receiving
REC YDS REC YD AVG REC TDS REC ATT REC LNG REC
Career 10 10.00 - - 1 10
Season 10 10.00 - - 1 10
rushing
RUSH YDS RUSH YD AVG RUSH TDS RUSH ATT LNG RUSH
Career 1,002 7.50 14 - 75
Season 723 6.80 10 - 52
team
Wins Losses
20 6
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Vertical jump Wingspan
265 35 75
Football Honors

2017-18 Varsity Season: District/Area/Region Champion State Semi Finalist (starting LB/back-up QB)

2018-19 Varsity Season: All District Dual Threat QB; Captain; VYPE MVP

2019-20 Varsity Season: Dave Campbell's District 12-5A Division 1 - Preseason Offensive MVP; VYPE Films Poll of the Week: Top Returning VYPE Austin Public School Quarterback Rank #1 https://www.vype.com/sports; Captain

2019-2020 National Football Foundation recognized me as one of the top 53 athletes in Central Texas

Football Additional

Squat: 435lbs; Power Clean: 265lbs; Deadlift: 405lbs;
5-10-5: 4.2 (verified Sam Houston State University);

40y: 4.6 (verified Sam Houston State University and Louisiana State University);
60y: 6.8 (verified University of Alabama & Sam Houston State University);
Broad Jump: 9' (verified Sam Houston State University) & 8'7" (verified Louisiana State University)
185 Bench: 15x;

225 Bench: 5x;

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
McCallum High School
School City
Austin
School State
TX
Guidance Counselor
Goldstein, Shelley
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
416
School Size
1860
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
273
School Division
District 12-5A Division I
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Exercise Physiology
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Kinesiotherapy/Kinesiotherapist
Major Category
Protective Services
Major
Fire Science/Fire-fighting
Other Academic Information
AP: Chemistry; AP: Aquatic Science; Honors: Integrated Physics and Chemistry
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Personal


First Name
Cole
Last Name
Davis
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Province
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
6'1"
Weight
200
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Cole Davis, I am part of the class of 2020 at McCallum High School in Austin, Texas. I was raised by parents who are military/law enforcement/ and coaches. The common theme that defines me is the guiding principle from which I was raised. "It is not your duty to be average. It is your duty to set a higher example for others to follow. I did. You can. You will." The Honorable Lincoln M. Alexander.

My parents and coaches have instilled in me a champion mindset not just for the field of play but for my life. I am interested in Collegiate football/baseball and learning more about academic leadership and development as a healthy athlete. There are many challenging collegiate programs in this country; however, being apart of a leadership pedigree that builds healthy minds, spirits and bodies; I feel, would benefit my efforts to continue to inspire where I can; and further evolve in overall leadership, development and example.

I play varsity football (quarterback/linebacker/safety) & varsity baseball (centerfielder/closing pitcher) for the McCallum Knights in Austin, Texas. Some of my accomplishments to date are Football: 2018 5A State Semi-Finalist, Area/Regional/District Champion (starting linebacker/bac-up Quarterback ); 2019 All-District Quarterback – Dual Threat / Captain / VYPE MVP. Baseball: 2019 District 12-5A Division I: District Champion 24-2-1: All District honorable mention (batting avg: .337; Slg: .442).

I want to pursue my academics in Kinesiotherapy/Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sports Medicine. I seek to be apart of an excellent academic reputation that would provide a healthy foundation for graduate level work.

Please feel free to contact my coaches: Head Coach/Athletic Director: Thomas Gammerdinger: thomas.gammerdinger@austinisd.org; Phone: 281-799-5231; 512 414.7571. Coach Brandon Grant: brandon.grant@austinisd.org; Phone: 512-590-2181. Coach Jacob Alvarez: jacob.alvarez@austinisd.org; Phone: 512 414-7570.

I look forward to hearing back from you and learning more about your programs.

Regards,

Cole Hardie Davis

Email: colehardiedavis@gmail.com

Mobile Phone: 512-913-4508

Address: 6603 Lexington Road Austin, Tx 78757

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

As noted in my personal statement above in the spirit of Lincoln Alexander's quote, I realize that my parents and coaches have instilled in me a champion mindset not just for the field of play but for my life. I am interested in playing collegiate football/baseball and learning more about academic leadership and development as a healthy athlete. There are many challenging collegiate programs in this country; however, being a part of a leadership pedigree that builds healthy minds, spirits and bodies; I feel, would benefit my efforts to continue to inspire where I can; and further evolve in overall leadership, development and example. To literally, and figuratively, fulfill my duty to set the higher example for others to follow.

I hope to be recruited to play baseball/football at universities that can uniquely assist me in my humble ambitions to reach full potential to not only enhance my academic skill sets but illuminate my path with healthy social relationships that lasts a lifetime. I encourage coaches to reach out to my Coach and review my profile by viewing my resume on Be-Recruited.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

In football and in baseball I am a team captain and a motivational leader when in difficult circumstances. Last year, when we played our rivals (Anderson), we were losing by two touchdowns and everyone started to put their heads down like it was over. I just told my team if there is still time on that clock then we can still win this game. I instilled in my teammates' minds that there was still hope, we must go and execute. They took in what I had to say, and we went to work, known as one of the best comebacks in school history we came back within two drives and scored twice to put the score to 21 to 20. After that victory we were determined to be the best. We made it to the playoffs for the tenth year in a row. The rest's history. It is one thing to keep spirits high during an emotional game; and it is another to ensure that my teammates always come first on and off the field. Though I strive to set the example as mentioned above, "to set the higher example for others to follow"; Academically, as an example to others, I have strived to achieve good academics by investing in my relationship with teachers to take on difficult courses at the AP level and remain within compliance of all rules, procedures, regulations and law remaining eligible to play sports out of respect for my team. Though these efforts seem compulsory, for me, the greatest victory remains in the fact that I am proud of being a healthy contributing team player, helping others achieve their goals and witnessing their individual victories in both sports and academics. This, too me, is one of many attributes that build and shape a leadership pedigree.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Being raised by a Law Enforcement Officer/U.S. Marine/Fitness Coach, has provided a sound foundation in taking care of my health/wellness and fitness. The human body, mechanically, is the foundation of the wellness triangle "mind, spirit, and body". If the foundation is weak, than everything else you attempt to enhance will be brittle at best. The foundation isn't strong enough to support the mechanism. I have been taught how to invest is sound nutrition #1; then how to develop sound exercise programming; as well as concepts of healthy recovery. This is the foundation. Then comes the investment in resiliency with growth in mental wellness. This is part of my routine. This enhances my overall healthy athletic performances.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I thoroughly enjoy servicing our communities. I was raised in a home where my parents have dedicated their lives to serve the public. My dad is a dedicated 31 year law enforcement and military veteran; and my mother is a 20 year dedicated law enforcement veteran. Caring for our communities is the backbone of our society from a comprehensive application in health/wellness and resiliency. One of my favorite investments was a 10-year span of delivering toys to children of the community on Christmas Day through Orange Santa. Observing their facial expressions was a victory to me.

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