BALTIMORE - Rodney Davis is about as well rounded as the ball he kicks and shoots. He give all the credit to his school, Perry Hall Christian.
"I'm in a school where I can develop under God." The Upper School Principal says, "Rodney is what Perry Hall Christian should be about."
Not only can he plays sports, but he's in the Praise Band. He serves in youth groups and is the school treasurer.
And if you want him to lead, he's up to that calling. In fact, he's going over to Belize in April as part of his Senior Project. "Musically, spiritually, it should be a good trip."
But before that trip, he is making a trip south to Liberty University where he'll be going next fall. "Just want to see what life is like down there," Davis said.
And what do you think will become of this young man who makes all of us smile, you puts the spotlight on others, a man of his word...what will he do?
Davis said "I want to be a dentist."
He wants to open up a shop to open up your mouth so that this world can be brighter with smiles.
Always thinking this Rodney Davis, who leads off a great year of being this week's Bel Air Honda Student Athlete of the Week.
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