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Will Davis, CB, Utah State Aggies: 2013 NFL Draft Player Profile


Jan 26, 2013; Mobile, AL, USA; Senior Bowl north squad defensive back Will Davis of Utah State (17) prior to kickoff of a game against the Senior Bowl south squad at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 186 pounds

Drafted By: Miami Dolphins (3rd round, 93rd overall)

40 Yard Dash: 4.51

Bench Press: 16

Vertical Jump: 35.5″

Broad Jump: 127″

2012 Statistics

Tackles For Loss
Misc. Defense
GPasses Broken UpQB HurriesFumbles ForcedKicks/Punts Blocked

Career Highlights (via Utah State athletics site)

HONORS: Academic All-WAC (2011).

UTAH STATE: A tremendous athlete with good size and speed… Has the ability to be a press cover corner… Can jump and run, and is physical and strong… Has exceptional on-ball skills.

2011 (JR): Played in all 13 games, making five starts… Recorded 35 tackles to rank 10th on the team… Finished the year tied for third on the team for pass break-ups with six as well as having 3.5 tackles for a loss to rank eighth on the team… Logged season-high 10 tackles in Idaho game, while adding seven in Nevada contest… Posted season-high two pass break-ups in Wyoming game.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Earned first-team all-Golden Gate Conference and first-team all-state honors after posting eight interceptions, returning two for touchdowns at De Anza (Calif.) College… The eight interceptions led the Northern California Football Association and he ranked tied for eighth in the NCFA in passes defended with 1.55 per game, adding eight pass break-ups… Also tallied 38 tackles… Helped the Dons to the Golden Gate Conference title and the Central Division Bowl… Originally enrolled at Western Washington, but the program was cut during his redshirt-freshman season, but did earn one WWU Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week honor.

Scouting Report/Player Notes

Still a pretty raw player but was overall fairly dominant in his first big season at Utah State, picking off five passes and racking up 17 pass breakups along with 64 tackles. Davis displayed plus athleticism at the NFL Scouting Combine, and I think he has the size and instincts to be a starting cornerback at the NFL level. He can make plays on the ball better than a lot of corners in this class, and has really good strength allowing him to press at the line. a 4.51 is an average 40 time, but he’s definitely able to hang with receivers deep down field. Will whiff on some tackles, but for the most part that is an area where he excels.

Video Highlights (via YouTube)