Davis, McMorris, Joseph win top Touchdown Club of Houston Honors
In a year like none other, Houston's best public school players and coaches were honored by the Touchdown Club of Houston during its annual awards night on Wednesday.
The evening was capped with the Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year Awards and the coach of the year. Click through the slideshow below to learn more about the winners.
Dematrius Davis - North Shore - Houston TD Club Offensive Player of the Year
|@AuburnFootball QB signee @Dematrius09 named @HoustonTDClub Offensive POY on Wednesday night ... his 50 yard TD run vs Westlake in State Semis was one of his highlights of the year!! #txhsfb @SimoneEli_TV @wareagleextra @AuburnTigers @ShadrachBanks @NSNationFB @MaxPreps pic.twitter.com/lxxruQOQCo— vypehouston (@vypehouston) January 21, 2021
Video game numbers is what Dematrius Davis put up all year long, and for that fact through his entire career at North Shore.
Davis, who is already enrolled and on campus at Auburn University, won the Houston TD Club Offensive Player of the Year. He led North Shore to the State Semifinals for a third-straight season.
The North Shore graduate finished his career as one of the best to ever go under center coming out of Houston and the State of Texas.
Davis finished his career with an overall record of 51-3, passing for 10,536 yards (15th all-time), rushing for 3,047 yards and scoring 171 total touchdowns. He also led North Shore to the 2018 and 2019 Class 6A Division I State Championships.