Jaylin Davis(Northeast Guilford High School/Appalachian State) comments on Kneeling during National Anthem prior to SF Giants game

Posted by Andy Durham on July 21, 2020 at under College, High School, Professional | 4 Comments to Read

Jaylin Davis, who played his high school baseball for Coach Brad White, at Northeast Guilford High School and later showed out for the Appalachian State Mountaineers in college baseball, now plays for the San Francisco Giants in MLB…

Jaylin recently kneeled during the National Anthem, prior to a San Francisco Giants baseball game and Davis has comments on why he did this, and why he would do this during the 2020 MLB season….He is a fine outfielder/CF for the Giants….

Here are those comments from Jaylin Davis, the local kid/young man, and the former Northeast Guilford Ram….


  • Gfan said,

    That’s a real embarrassment to the way he was raised and to the people that knew him. Our veterans deserve more.

  • Gfan said,

    If I am at a sporting event and any players take a knee my counter protest will be I will leave. Again my father and other veterans do not deserve this slap in the face no matter how you doin it…it is wrong.

  • Ron said,

    Obviously someone has trouble with reading. He clearly stated it was not about the flag. And what makes your family anymore valuable than any other families that have served? You are part of the problem. Kudos to you Mr. Davis.

  • Get a life said,

    This walk-off by Jaylin on Friday night was for Gfan and all the other asshats who take their marching orders on patriotism from the draft-dodger-in-chief:

    https://twitter.com/SFGiants/status/1177293755247808512

    BOOM!