Brayden Davis scores five touchdowns to help Seneca remain unbeaten
TABERNACLE (N.J.) - The Seneca High School football team entered the weekend as one of only three undefeated teams in South Jersey.
Senior quarterback Brayden Davis ensured the Golden Eagles' record remained unblemished with a 42-0 win over Cinnaminson on Friday night.
Seneca's Brayden Davis ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more in a 42-0 win over Cinnaminson in Tabernacle on Friday, October 13, 2022. Chris Baker/D2 Sports Network
Davis scored five touchdowns (two passing, three rushing) as Seneca controlled the contest from start to finish. The senior has 17 offensive touchdowns this season.
His leadership stems from his contributions under center and on the diamond.
Last spring, Davis was selected to the Burlington County team in the annual Carpenter Cup baseball tournament. As a junior, he posted a .473 batting average and charted 29 runs scored, 35 hits, 23 runs batted in, and 12 stolen bases.
Zac Fearon also added a 22-yard rushing score in the Golden Eagles' 42-0 victory. Fearon rushed for 117 yards and now has 10 rushing touchdowns this season.
"I feel that me and Fearon are the best back duo in South Jersey and one of the top in New Jersey," Davis said.
The recent success on the gridiron has also sparked Davis' interest in playing two sports at the next level.
"I love both of these sports," the senior said. "I'm not committed yet, but I have a few looks and offers on the table for baseball."
Davis currently holds interest from Elon for baseball. He visited Wake Forest and met the coaching staff over the summer.
The two-sport athlete isn't ruling out the junior college route out either.
"I want to keep my options open," Davis said. "I'm not going to burn any bridges or cut any ties right now. Before, I was leaning more towards baseball, but with how this football season is going, I would really like to play both sports at the next level. So far, I haven't gotten many looks to play both, but I'm working on getting my name and film out there."