Kentucky Football: Davis Twins To Transfer From Pittsburgh To Kentucky

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Demitrious and Chris Davis have decided to leave the Pittsburgh Panthers, and play college football at Kentucky.

As Hank announced yesterday, Kentucky has two new players transferring in from the Pittsburgh Panthers program; Demitrious Davis and his twin brother, Cris. Here's a little about them:

Both of the Davis twins were three-star members of Pitt’s 2012 recruiting class, rated as the No. 32 (Demitrious, who will be a wide receiver/running back at UK) and No. 33 (Chris, cornerback) "athletes" in the nation by Rivals.com. They were the No. 39 and No. 40 players, respectively, in the state of Ohio.

The brothers will be forced to sit out the 2013 season to satisfy NCAA transfer rules.

Kyle Tucker of the Courier-Journal has much more about the brothers Davis, especially about their reason for transferring to Kentucky, which is largely the kind of offense that Neal Brown runs.

Hank has also thoughtfully provided me with some profiles of the Davis brothers:

While you're reading about the Davis Brothers, SB Nation's Pittsburgh blog Cardiac Hill has more.

Looks like a Yahtzee to me!

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