Where that could come into play in the AFC East is covering the athletic and quick mid-range pass catchers dotting the division, like New England’s tandem of Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, and Buffalo’s Scott Chandler. A shining example is his performance in the RedWolves’ league title-clinching defeat of La.-Lafayette. ULL head coach Mark Hudspeth installed a potent, vertical offense that resulted in 10 wins.
Davis helped contain the Cajuns to 21 points. Davis made an interception in that game, and aided in stifling celebrated tight end and San Diego Chargers‘ fourth round selection Ladarius Green.
It sounds like this guy could make a much bigger impact than even I realized. If he is an excellent tackler, as well as a major against the pass, Davis could be a steal on round 3.
Topics:Alan Schechter, Arkansas State University, Demario Davis, Linebacker, NY Jets, Ny Jets Draft
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