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Better Know A Transfer Signee: Re’Mahn “The Hypothesis” Davis

Better know a potentially unsolvable math theorem/feetball player who transferred in from the Wet Hets.

Temple v Navy
“The Hypothesis.”
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Re’Mahn “The Hypothesis” Davis

Hometown: San Francisky, Californee Way

High School: Blair Academy (Blair, NJ)

Height: 5’9”

Weight: 215

Position: Running Back

Rivals: 2-star recruit; 5-star name.

247 Sports: Impossible to say, but I have a feeling Barton Simmons will be awarding 5 stars to a whole mess of feetball Dores soon enough.

Other offers: Don’t know; refuse to check. We done stole him from Head Coach, Administrative Specialist Nadia Harvin atTemple, and that’s all you need to know about that. Oh fine, I’ll look it up: Temple, Kent State, Albany, Maine, Navy, Purdue, and Towson.

In mathematics, the Riemann hypothesis is a conjecture that the Riemann zeta function has its zeros only at the negative even integers and complex numbers with real part 1/2. Many consider it to be the most important unsolved problem in pure mathematics (Bombieri 2000). It is of great interest in number theory because it implies results about the distribution of prime numbers. It was proposed by Bernhard Riemann (1859), after whom it is named.

In feetball, “The Hypothesis” has the potential to be a prime time player for the Commodores.

From The Wet Het Athletic Department Website:

2020 (Sophomore): Doak Walker Watch List ... earned preseason All-American Athletic Conference third team recognition (Athlon’s and Phil Steele) ... started the season opener at Navy ... tied his single-game career-high in receptions (4) in the home opener vs. USF ... ranks third in rushing per game (90.0) in the conference.

2019 (Freshman): Was part of the 2019 recruiting class and became a first-team Freshman All-America (PFF) ... was an early enrollee and began classes in January ... was held out of spring ball but was very impressive when the team took the field in the summer ... earned a share of the starting role with senior Jager Gardner ... saw first career game action in the opener vs. Bucknell and recorded his first career TD on a 51 yard catch-and-run ... made first career start against #21 Maryland and led the team in rushing for the second consecutive game while setting career-highs in rushes, rushing yards, and longest rush ... set single-game highs for rushes (29), rushing yards (135), and rushing touchdowns (2) vs. Georgia Tech and earned American Athletic Conference Honor Roll and Offensive Player of the Week ... reset his career-high in rushing yards at ECU (157) ... among Temple freshmen rushers, trails only Bernard Pierce (2009) in every rushing category ... his 936 rushing yards ranked seventh in the conference overall and fifth in the FBS among freshmen ... lettered.

High School: Played running back and defensive back for coach Jim Saylor at Blair Academy in Blairstown, N.J. ... team posted a 5-3 record as a senior ... played in 33 career games rushing for 4,815 yards and 59 touchdowns on 375 carries, also tallied 80 tackles and six interceptions over his four years.

Personal: Born Re’Mahn Walter Zhamar Jamar Davis in San Francisco, Calif. ... goes by Ray ... biological parents are Jessica Blazer and Raymond Davis ... guardians are Lora Banks and Greg Ley ... siblings are Levar Watkins, Jashonna Davis, Xion Davis, Amir Davis, Keari Davis, Janiyah Davis, Damari Davis, Bradley Ley, Danayah Bobo, and Camari Cook.

Thinks “Re’Mahn Walter Zhamar Jamar Davis;” buh Gawd, that name’s got a steel chair!