Dylon Davis signed his letter of intent to play for the Midwestern State Mustangs.
The Cougars defensive back set a school record in 2019 with 16 interceptions. The old record was 8 picks.
Davis leaves the school with the career record as well.
He’s headed to Midwestern because Wichita Falls felt like home.
Dylon Davis said, “I really liked Wichita Falls. I liked the location. It’s not too far from home, so that’s a real plus. Up there, it felt like home. That’s where I wanted to be. It feels good knowing that I can go to school and not have to worry about financial costs after school and continue to do something I love. That’s just amazing.”
Linebacker Aeneas Favors is going to try his luck as a preferred walk-on at Oklahoma State.
Favors was one of the big reasons Davis picked off 16 passes due to the pressure he and other members of the front seven were able to create.