DITR: WR Jarvis Davis Jr. Airline Highschool (Shreveport, LA)

Football player running with the ball.

Jarvis Davis Jr. is apart of the 2025 Wide Receiver class who is 5’11 at 175lbs, Jarvis is a 3.8 GPA student-athlete! Jarvis plays all three spots at Wide Receiver. On the field, he is a jack of all trades with his skill set! Jarvis has great route running skills, hands, speed, and football IQ. Jarvis can get past the defensive backs and over the top of the safety on any defense. You think you can jam him at the line of scrimmage because of his size. You’ll be left in the dust due to his amazing and quick release work off the line. Jarvis is extremely competitive, has great body control and balance, has instant acceleration, great ball skills, and is dynamic with the ball in his hands. Jarvis has offers from Arkansas State, UAPB, Grambling, Navy, USF, Southeastern, and Tulsa.

What made you get into Football?

enjoy playing a team sport. It’s all about the brotherhood. Working hard together to achieve a goal. I’m a natural leader and willing help out my team in anyway on and off of the field. I enjoy transitioning into a beast when in the field. I’m a different animal.

What other sports do you play?

I run track and play football. I have always played basketball but decided to focus on football and track this year.

Any hobbies?

I enjoy hanging out with my little brothers Ayden and Jace. They look up to me so I make sure to show them the best version of ME and reminding them to keep God 1st. I also enjoy family trips and movies. My dad is training me on the grill so I’ll be a grill master soon!

What pre-game ritual do you have?

I lock in and listen to music. I put my headphones on. I think about my plays and focus on reviewing plays.

What music you like to listen before the game?

NBA YoungBoy Slime Mentality

What has the game taught you about life?

We played the Sharks in the playoffs and our Coaches were in a zone. They were all locked in. He called on players to play different positions and everyone did what they asked and didn’t question it. This taught us all a lesson. Be prepared for anything because you never know how you will be used. We won that game and it was a team effort. We did whatever was needed to help the team.

What is one piece of advice from your coach that you will keep forever?

What you do in practice is what matters. How you practice is how you play. So always give it 110%

What are the goals for upcoming season?

To take it one week and at a time. Win each week. Learn and grow as a player and team. Surpass my personal records. Continue to get BIGGER, BETTER, FASTER & STRONGER. To win state!

Favorite Snack?

Sunflower Seeds & Nerd Clusters

Favorite movie?

Lion King

How do you keep your team spirits high when trailing in a game?

I’m always positive. I encourage them to take it one play at a time. Don’t worry about the previous play. Move on and stay focused. Remind them that we are brothers and we know that we have each other’s backs!

Favorite high-school memory on or off the field?

Breaking the Airline record of receiving yards $1,236 and 94 receptions.

What is your motivation?

My love for the sport. I have loved football since I can remember. I have been blessed to have great coaches and trainers throughout my career. I have always been competitive, a hard worker, coachable and most importantly…A DAWG!