2010 (Junior) - Played and started in all 13 games ... honorable mention all-MWC ... second on the team and 12th in the MWC in tackles with 93, a 7.2 per-game average ... tied for the team lead with three 10-plus tackle games ... matched his career best in tackles with 12 vs. Utah ... team-high 10 tackles at TCU ... matched his career high with 12 tackles vs. Colorado State ... also had a tackle for loss and a forced fumble ... led the team with three interceptions ... team-high six tackles, five unassisted, a tackle for loss, an interception in the end zone and a fumble recovery at Wyoming ... his TFL and INT came on back-to-back plays ... the fumble recovery allowed AF to run out the clock in the fourth quarter ... named MWC defensive player of the week for his efforts vs. Wyoming ... five tackles and a forced fumble vs. BYU ... his forced fumble was recovered in the end zone by AFA for a touchback ... five career interceptions and 11 career turnovers (6 INT, 3 FF, 2 FR).
2009 (Sophomore) - Played and started in all 13 games ... sixth on the team in total tackles with 56, including 35 unassisted ... had one quarterback sack, two pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... third on the team in interceptions with three ... recorded the first two interceptions of his career vs. New Mexico and returned one 38 yards for his first-career touchdown ... first Falcon since Carson Bird in 2007 with two interceptions in a game ... recorded an interception in the Armed Forces Bowl vs. Houston ... six tackles at Utah ... also recorded his first career sack, first career fumble recovery and first career punt return, good for 35 yards ... career- and team-high 11 tackles vs. BYU ... pre-season all-conference selection by Phil Steele Magazine.
2008 (Freshman) - Played in eight games as a reserve safety and on special teams ... recorded five total tackles, including four unassisted ... first two tackles of his career at Houston, both unassisted ... solo tackle at TCU ... one unassisted tackle and a forced fumble vs. Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl.
High School - Lettered four years in football, three in basketball and one in track ... honorable mention all-state and first-team all-city and all-league in football ... high school football coach was Troy Everhart.
Personal - Son of Jeffery and Treva Davis ... has a younger sister, Jasmine ... majoring in social science ... this past summer, took two summer classes in aeronautical and astronautical engineering ... is the athletic officer in his squadron ... favorite class is math ...listens to Lil Wayne and Gucci before games ... famous person he would like to meet is Michael Jordan ... something not many people know about him is that he can play the saxophone ... one word to describe him is "dedicated" ... greatest moment in sports was intercepting a pass late in the fourth quarter to secure Air Force's 14-7 win over Georgia Tech in the Independence Bowl last season ... hobbies include working out and playing basketball ... favorite NFL team is the Cincinnati Bengals ... favorite player is Ravens' safety Ed Reed ... would like to attend pilot training and also go to graduate school after graduating from the Academy.
Davis Career Statistics