Originally Posted by SW H-TOWN
The guy plays really fast, vicious tackler, takes good angles, super strong and athletic, and scores a 10+++ on all intangibles. He also has a lot of upside and when put in a pro workout regimen I believe he will put on a a good amount of solid muscle. He also has long arms and a great first step. He comes from a small school so he is raw and plays out of control at times. When you watch him you will notice that he plays very very fast, has a nose for the ball, and will just unload on a guy if given half a chance. Some of the hits this guy dishes out are really really nasty. I was hesitant at listing him at 3-4 OLB because I did not see him use any pass rush moves in college. What made me comfortable mocking him as a 3-4 olb was this article, just what I needed to hear. Does not hurt that he can play ILB too.
Arkansas State LB Demario Davis did a nice job during 1v1 pass rushing drills Tuesday. He showcased some power when trying to work the bull rush, could dip his pad level around the edge and had some “know how” working his hands in order to shed. He’s one of the NFP’s favorites and is off to a solid start so far this week. (National Football Post).
He is just on of those guys who you have to make a roster spot for. Watch this video, not for the highlights but just for the beginning and end where he is leading his team. When he throws his hands up at the beginning of the video and the speech at the end....that's what makes a GM sit up in his chair. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=insE7hE_Czs
I think he could play inside or outside. similar size to Sharpton, instinctive, tough not afraid to put his hat on people.