Davies, who turned 16 on Nov. 2, has already made nine MLS appearance and started in four of the Whitecaps’ five games over the last three weeks including the season-opener and three CONCACAF Champions League outings.
The Liberian-born midfielder, who came to Canada with his family when he was four, is good on the ball and combines strength, mobility and creativity.
“Regardless of age, I think he’s a very talented player,” said Toronto head coach Greg Vanney. “I think he’s dangerous, he’s aggressive, he runs at you … Obviously he’s got good size and athleticism and pace to go with what I think is good technique.
“And probably what’s most impressive for his age is just the composure and belief that he belongs on the field and that he can make a difference. That is mature beyond his years. But I like him. I enjoy watching him as a player. If he’s on the field against us, we’ll have to be aware of him and his strengths and make sure we’re accounting for them.”
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