Tulsa --A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . has played in 42 career games with 29 career starts . . . has 171 career tackles, 12 pass break-ups and two interceptions . . . 2009 - Played and started the first three games of the season . . . in the third contest against Oklahoma, he suffered a season-ending knee injury . . . was granted a medical red-shirt season . . . was credited with 16 tackles in his three appearances . . . had seven tackles against both Tulane and New Mexico in the first two games . . . tallied six solos in each of those two games . . . had two stops against Oklahoma before suffering his injury . . . 2008 - Played in and started 13 games . . . ranked third on the team with 78 tackles . . . also totaled four pass break-ups and two interceptions . . . tallied a season-best 10 tackles against East Carolina . . . missed the North Texas game after playing just the first series against UAB . . . returned vs. New Mexico and had 5 tackles, 2 interceptions and one punt block . . . was named the C-USA Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in that game . . . tallied nine tackles against Rice . . . collected eight stops vs. Arkansas and Marshall . . . had seven stops against Central Arkansas, Houston and Ball State . . . tallied six solos against SMU . . . 2007 - Played in all 14 games and started 13 contests . . . did not start the Army game due to an injury, but played the entire second half . . . had 73 tackles, three stops for -14 yards and eight pass break-ups . . . ranked second on the team for pass break-ups and fifth in tackles . . . was an honorable mention all-Conference USA selection . . . started the first eight games at cornerback, and his next five games at free safety . . . had four stops and one forced fumble vs. UCF in the C-USA Championship Game . . . totaled four tackles and had a fumble return for nine yards against Bowling Green in the GMAC Bowl . . . had a career-best 12 stops vs. UCF . . . 2006 - Played in 12 games . . . saw most of his playing time on special teams, but also saw action in the secondary . . . had four tackles . . . Overall - Possesses great intangibles . . . a tough and extremely dependable player . . . leader of the defense . . . an intelligent player with great football savvy . . . a hard worker . . . has very good speed . . . a very physical player for his size.
High School -- A three-year letterwinner at North Crowley High School . . . started three years on offense and his final two seasons on defense . . . had career statistics of over 1,500 passing yards, 1,500 rushing yards and 800 receiving yards . . . had 150 career tackles and 32 pass break-ups . . . tallied 98 tackles, 23 pass break-ups and one interception as a senior . . . earned first-team all-district honors at safety his senior campaign . . . high school coach was Mike Papas.
Personal --Favorite movies are Any Given Sunday and Avatar . . . his favorite NFL player is Champ Bailey and his favorite NFL team is the Dallas Cowboys . . . biggest fear is snakes . . . his favorite pro athlete is Kobe Bryant . . . if he could play a role in any movie it would be Denzel Washington's role in Training Day . . . parents are Charles and Kimberly Davis and LaVone Jones . . . he and his wife, Shantel, have one daughter, Zoie . . . a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . majoring in business management.
Davis' Career Statistics Defense G UT AT Tot Loss Sack FR FF PBU INT 2006 (Fr) 12 3 1 4 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0 2007 (So) 14 54 19 73 3/-14 1/-6 2 2 8 0 2008 (Jr) 13 45 33 78 1/-3 0/0 1 1 4 2 2009 (RS) 3 13 3 16 1/-1 0/0 0 0 0 0 Totals 42 115 56 171 5/-18 1/-6 3 3 12 2
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