Struggles to sit into his two-point stance as well in pass protection and plays with a really wide base, which causes him to struggle to quickly get off the snap and can routinely be exposed on any type of inside pass rush. Displays only decent range off the edge, looks stiff on his kick-slide and really lets himself get upright when trying to reach speed toward the corner. Plus, he doesn't do a good job keeping his arms/hands set to punch and rarely protects his chest. Is consistently exposed on the bull rush, letting blockers easily get in/under his frame and overwhelm him into the backfield. Holds up much better when asked to get into defenders quickly in the play action game. Displays the ability to lock on and stick to blocks initially through the play. However, doubles over the waist too easily and lacks ideal coordination/fluidity when trying to mirror.
Impression: Isn't a gifted bender, looks stiff in pass protection and lacks a real explosive element to his game when asked to run block. Is a nice-sized guy, but looks more like a camp body."
Positive: Large small-area blocker with some upside. Sets quickly in pass protection, gets his hands into defenders, and keep opponents away. Strong at the point of attack and can turn defenders off the ball or engulf them. Moves relatively well on his feet. Plays with good quickness. Flashes footwork sliding out off the edge.
Negative: Bends at the waist, does too much leaning on defenders, and blocks with poor balance. Does not show great lateral blocking range. Tends to get tall out of his stance.
Analysis: Davis is a size prospect who's shown flashes of ability the past two seasons. Still raw in many of his techniques thanks in part to missing half the '09 season with injury, he's a solid developmental prospect who should be kept on a practice squad based on his potential."