Raekwon Davis - Alabama

Height/Weight - 6'6/311

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (June 10, 1997)

Combine Results - 40-5.12, Vert-28.0", Broad-111.0"

Class - Senior

Conference - SEC West

NFL Draft Projection - Round 5-6

College Stats -

2019 - 18 (Solos)/29 (Assists)/3.0 (TFL)/0.5 (Sacks)

2018 - 24 (Solos)/31 (Assists)/5.5 (TFL)/1.5 (Sacks)

2017 - 24 (Solos)/45 (Assists)/10.0 (TFL)/8.5 (Sacks)

2016 - 1 (Solos)/3 (Assists)/1.0 (TFL)/1.0 (Sacks)

NFL Player ComparisonStephon Tuitt, Leonard Williams

Current ADP -  (Rookie Drafts),  (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

  • Gets off the line quickly, has good lower body power & a huge stride length

  • Works through angles with both strength & really good flexibility

  • Surprising explosiveness side to side when he's in space reading backfield meshes 

  • Good hip mobility & hip sink for a man of his size helps him work through tight angles

  • Locates hands on the chest plate nicely to control opponent as a run defender

  • Has tremendous technique, recognition, & violence at the line of scrimmage

  • Rarely loses hands initially, immediately locks out opponents with upper body strength

  • Wide base & lower body power to rip opponents off his gap & present against the run

  • Beats opponents in the trenches & is regularly first defender breaking into the backfield

  • Makes grown men look silly, grip strength & bench press strength are both elite

  • Huge tackle radius, can finish defenders & opposing offensive linemen with one arm

  • Sees the backfield easily & is regularly working to the ball carrier before anyone else

  • Reads mesh point like he's the ball carrier, feels blocks, zone flow, & double teams

  • Uses length to occupy multiple offensive linemen when they attempt to combo block him

  • Very versatile two-gapping run defender who can move all across the defensive line


Player Notes Cons


  • Slow getting out of his stance when fatigued, which kills his pad level & his first step

  • Difficult for a man of his size to separate & win in the narrow areas of the gaps

  • Does not show the ability to shuck & disengage blockers with consistency

  • Will turn & run against MOF plays developing behind him & get involved in tackles late

  • He is a low impact pass rusher, in a league that's currently devaluing that role