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Super 30: Basketball pays off for Broken Arrow’s Frankie Davis

Schools like Memphis, Arkansas State and Tulsa have offered the defensive end.

By Scott Wright Modified: July 3, 2012 at 12:00 am •  Published: July 4, 2012
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BROKEN ARROW Playing basketball has paid a lot of dividends for Broken Arrow’s Frankie Davis.The sport has allowed him to develop his agility and display his athleticism, both of which are eye-catching commodities in the world of football recruiting.As basketball began to wind down in February and March, Davis’ football recruiting began to pick up.
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No. 19: Frankie Davis

• School: Broken Arrow

• Height: 6-foot-3

• Weight: 220 pounds

• Position: Defensive end

• Offers: Tulsa, Memphis, Arkansas State and New Mexico highlight a list that now totals seven offers.

THE OKLAHOMAN’S SUPER 30

The Oklahoman’s Super 30 feature series on the state’s top football recruits continues with No. 19, Frankie Davis of Broken Arrow. Here are the last three players we’ve written about in the series:

• No. 22: Kerwin Thomas, Wagoner

• No. 21: Trey’Vonne Barr’e, Jenks

• No. 20: Blake Mejia, Tulsa Union

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