• Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Combine superstar Knile Davis could be worth the gamble for Dallas

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 25, 2013
    If it’s possible for a player coming off an unimpressive final season of college football to change perceptions of himself with a few good days at the Scouting Combine, then former Arkansas running back Knile Davis has done it. After a highly-impressive sophomore season in which he totaled 1,322 rushing yards, Arkansas running back Knile Davis turned in a disappointing junior season with just 377 rushing yards. Davis might have helped his draft stock at the 2013 Scouting Combine more than any other player. Even before his ankle injury, though, Davis was never a particularly agile runner. The running back had only two games in which he ran for at least 4.0 YPC, leading many to question whether or not he’s fully recovered from a season-ending 2011 ankle injury.
    • Knile Davis shows an impressive blend of size, strength, speed

      If it’s possible for a player coming off an unimpressive final season of college football to change perceptions of himself with a few good days at the Scouting Combine, then former Arkansas running back Knile Davis has done it. Davis, who ran for just 3

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