19 Sep 2020

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HT: 6’7″
WT: 312 lbs
DOB: N/A
Year: Senior
High School: Meridian (Meridian, MS)
Accolades: Senior Bowl. 2019 2nd Team All-American. 2018 2nd Team All-SEC.

Raekwon Davis scouting report.

Athleticism: Raekwon Davis is not of this world. Extremely quick for a man his size, has excellent quick feet and gets around blockers with ease.

Strength/Power: Dominates 1v1 matchups. Davis usually got out of these blocks with a bull rush. Moves blockers consistently and at will. Davis does struggle to deal with double team blocks. He seems to get caught up in a lock-down and tries to escape it with power. He’s not that powerful.

Pass Rush Ability: Davis is an ample pass rusher. Despite his size, Davis has a great arsenal of moves that he uses after attempting to win with power. He’s a difficult man to block, because of his blend of athleticism, strength and versatility.

Run Defending Ability: Davis is an excellent run defender. Positions himself often to make plays on the running back, most of the time behind the line of scrimmage.

Instincts/Football IQ: Davis shows excellent instincts. Always seems to know when the ball is coming his way and adjusts adequately to position himself to make the play. Alabama lined him up across the formation as a 1, 3 and 5 tech. He was dominant all across the line.

Leadership/Personality: N/A.

Overall: Raekwon Davis is an incredible talent. It’s insane to think that he might be the third-best interior defender in this class, behind Auburn’s Derrick Brown and South Carolina’s Javon Kinlaw. Davis has a massive size, eats double teams, and is an impact player in the backfield. I like Davis as a mid-to-late first round selection, although he is probably a top fifteen talent.

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