Saturday 04/26
Red-White Game
Alfred Davis
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/31/2009

OUTLOOK: Davis was listed as the backup to starter Zach Stadther entering spring practice and that’s where he is going into the season. He had a team-high tying six tackles for the White in the Red-White Spring Game. He also had a two-yard sack. He had two tackles for loss with a seven-yard sack in the April 1 scrimmage. In the four scrimmages and spring game combined, he had nine tackles with eight solo stops, three TFLs for 11 yards, two sacks for nine yards and a pass broken up.

2008: He redshirted as a true freshman while practicing with the scout team. He came in at 305 pounds, but has bulked up to 322.

HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior at Banneker High School in College Park, Ga., he played on both the offensive and defensive lines. Defensively, he racked up 55 tackles with 24 of those stops coming for a loss. He also had two sacks and five fumble recoveries for Coach Benny Crane. He was ranked as the No. 99 defensive tackle in the nation by Scout. He was also recruited by Tennessee among others.

PERSONAL: Born July 2, 1990, he is the son of Jeanette Johnson and Alfred Davis, Sr. He is majoring in business.


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