Tyeler Davison vs Nevada (2013)

Posted by Aaron Aloysius on Jun 21, 2014

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  • Tyeler Davison

    Submitted by Ray Valentin on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015



    Davison has above average play strength. He plays with power and it shows with his ability to hand punch and stand the blocker up at the point of attack. This technique allows him to disengage with the blocker and pursue the play. Not only can he hold his own against the double team, but he showed the ability to split the double team in order to get in on a play. He shows to have average football intelligence on the field. Well he does play with good technique, he did struggle to diagnose the read option in the back field a couple of times. Davison plays with good speed for a one technique. He is agile enough to run on line stunts and quick enough to shoot through a gap. He displays good mental & physical toughness. Every down he seems to bring his best, even on a double team. Which speaks to the high motor that he plays with. He plays with a good competitive nature on every down.

     

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Aaron Aloysius

Aaron began closely following the draft in 2005. Since then, he’s overcome an Al Davis-like obsession with workout numbers, instead focusing on the qualities and traits visible on prospects’ tape.

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