Jordan Davis

IDL

Georgia

Jordan Davis

HT:

6060

WT:

340

YR:

SR

NO:

OVR RK

OVR RK

15

POS RK

1

FINAL GRADE

6.9

CEILING

7.5

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

FINAL REPORT

Davis poses matchup problems on the interior as a freakish athlete at 6-6 340lbs. He will primarily line up as a 3-tech and play the 1-tech as needed. He can play in any scheme, even or odd front.

In the passing game, Davis is hard to single block. He uses his massive frame to leverage blockers and often requires more than one blocker to keep him at bay. His ability to drive a blocker into the pocket, affecting the QB's ability to step up, is where he makes the most noise in the passing game. He must improve his stamina. He often plays about half a game, getting winded easily.

In the run game, Davis again wreaks havoc requiring two blockers. He dominates inside and will single-handedly force your run game to bounce outside, serving up RB's to his more athletic edge player and LB's.

Primary scout:

KEY STRENGTHS

KEY WEAKNESSES

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Grade Scale

 

(Instant Impact Potential)

(9.0-7.0) High-End Starter

 

(High Upside Potential)

(6.9-6.7) Solid Starter Level

 

(Developmental Potential)

(6.6-6.5) Low-Level Starter

(6.4) Starter Level Potential

(6.3) Limited Opportunity/Displays Starter Level Traits When Given the Opportunity

 

(Role Player Potential)

(6.2) Situational Starter/System Dependent/Role Player

(6.1-6.0) High-Level Backup/Developmental Starter Traits

(5.9) Career Backup Level

(5.8) Potential Backup Level/Needs Development To Become a #2

(5.7) Depth Player/#3 Level Depth Player

 

(Practice Squad Potential)

(5.6-5.5) Depth Player/#4 Level Depth Player/Practice Squad

(5.0-5.4) Priority Free Agent