Michael Davenport
  • Event
  • Class
  • High School/Other
  • Hometown
  • Sprints/Jumps
  • Freshman
  • Woodberry Forest
  • Winston-Salem, N.C.

Updated: February 14, 2017

2017 indoor: Ran the 400 for the first time at the Music City Challenge, finishing in 48.17 seconds for 12th place - the fifth-fastest time in Tech history ... Also, was a member of the winning 4x4 relay team at the Music City Challenge, finishing the race in a school-record time of 3 minutes, 11.11 seconds for the win ... Placed fourth in the 200 at the Bob Pollock Invitational with a time of 21.50 seconds … Also competed in the 60 at the Bob Pollock Invitational, running the event in a time of 6.92 seconds … Won the 300 at the Virginia Tech Invitational with a time of 34.03 seconds.

High school: Was a two-sport athlete at Woodberry Forest, earning three letters in football and track and field … Holds 10 school records in the long jump event, earning all-America honors three years in a row … A seven-time all-state honoree and 11-time all-prep nominee … Was named the 2016 Overall Prep Athlete of the Meet for both the indoor and outdoor seasons.

Personal: Born Aug. 4, 1997 ... Son of Quentin and Kim Hill ... Has three siblings: Kortney, Hunter and Joshua ... Majoring in criminology and plans on becoming an FBI agent.

Davenport's Track and Field Career Bests

Indoor

60m - 6.92, Bob Pollock Invitational (2017)

200m - 21.50, Bob Pollock Invitational (2017)

300m - 34.03, VT Invitational (2017)

400m - 48.17, Music City Challenge (2017)