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Bishop Davenport, Spring
We all know the athletes that grace the cover of VYPE have athletic prowess, eye-popping stats, big-time offers and have plethora of stars next to their names.
But who are they outside of football, what makes them tick?
Get to know Bishop Davenport who is a Utah State-commit and learn more about the 2021 VYPE Houston Football Preview Cover Boy!
VYPE: WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT PLAYING QUARTERBACK AND BEING THAT GUY?
Davenport: I really love the teamwork. I touch the ball every play, so that's normal to me. But getting the ball to my teammates that makes me feel good.
VYPE: LAST SEASON YOU ALL BEAT WESTFIELD ON A HAIL MARY. WHAT WAS THAT LIKE?
Davenport: I didn't run down the field. I stayed down because I was surprised that that even happened, no lie. I didn't know if he was in or not because from my angle I couldn't tell. I was shocked when I saw everybody running.
VYPE: WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF FOOTBALL?
Davenport: I like photography. I want to major in architecture or engineering. I like music and movies. My favorite movie is Love & Basketball and my favorite artist is Nba YoungBoy.
HOUSTON - Bishop Davenport is heading to Utah State.
The Spring signal-caller verbally committed to the Aggies on Friday, exclusively making the announcement on VYPE Houston's Twitter, and is a big dual-threat get for Utah State.
Davenport, was the unanimous District 14-6A MVP last season and led Spring (9-1) to the District Championship, visited Utah State over the weekend, and was sold on the Aggies.
"I'm not going to lie ... the mountains," Davenport said with a laugh. "No, I just liked the coaching staff and how they run the offense and it is built perfectly for me. The culture that they're building over there, I love it."
!!!VYPE EXCLUSIVE!!! @SpringFootball QB @bishoptheQB commits to Utah State (@USUFootball) | Davenport was 14-6A MVP last season | Visited Utah State over the weekend. #txhsfb #recruiting @Perroni247 @CoachTMiller18 @AggieUp @TheQBTech @SpringISD READ: https://t.co/Ph7cxnIg23 pic.twitter.com/AyyUp6V30k— VYPE Houston (@vypehouston) June 25, 2021
For Spring last season, Davenport passed for 3,459 yards and 36 touchdowns with just three interceptions. He also rushed for 680 more yards and seven scores, putting him just over 4,000 all-purpose yards for the 2020 season.
Heading into his senior season, Davenport feels a sense of relief that the recruiting process is over for him.
"It feels good knowing that you're going to a good college and then you have a senior season to finish off with a great team it feels great," Davenport said.