Mike Davis vs Georgia (2013)
Posted by Aimal Arsalla on Jun 20, 2014
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Mike Davis is an interesting study. He is not considered one of the top talents but after watching film he should be. This kid runs with a violent nature. Mike knows how to explode through holes and seems to not waste steps. Mike Davis runs with tremendous balance. One of his best attributes is his vision. He knows what he sees and attacks. I am eager to know what his 40 time will be because he seems to have solid speed.
Mike Davis struggles in pass blocking. His aggressive nature often gets him out of position in pass pro. Even though he has great hands out of the backfield, he may still be a liability on 3rd downs due to his pass pro. You can also question how long he may last in the NFL with his violent style. His running style reminds me of a Mark Ingram (a more powerful version). He seems to enjoy contact, so one would think if he could stay healthy.
My overall assessment is that Mike Davis would be a great choice for any team who needed a running back but wanted to wait on one until the 3rd round. Fans should even be happy if their team reached on him in the second. He’s a very productive running back.
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