Free Safety • 6-0, 184
Bradenton (Southeast HS)
Saw action in 27 regular season games for 310 plays...Also played in the 1999 Orange Bowl and 2000 Citrus Bowl...Eight career tackles on defense with one "Big Play" (pass deflection) and 12 special teams tackles...1999 - Backup at free safety...Played in seven games (Western Michigan, UCF, Georgia, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, FSU and SEC Championship vs. Alabama) for 80 plays...Also played in Citrus Bowl...Three tackles (two solo) with one pass deflection...Against UCF had three tackles (two solo) and one pass deflection...Received UF's Fifth-Year Award on defense during spring drills...1998 - Saw action in 10 of 11 regular season games (all but Tennessee) for 157 plays... Also played in Orange Bowl... Eight tackles on defense and six on special teams... Four tackles vs. The Citadel... 1997 - Saw action in five games for 32 plays... Made one tackle on defense and had six special teams tackles... Season-high 14 plays against Central Michigan... 1996 - Played in five games for 41 plays as a backup at free safety... One special teams tackle... First career action in three plays vs. Georgia Southern... Career-high 17 plays vs. Kentucky... 1995 - Was redshirted and did not see any game action... Worked primarily with the scout team at safety... Prep - Regarded as one of the country's top defensive backs in 1994...BlueChip Illustrated named him to its 1994 Prep All-America Dream Team and selected him among the top eight DBs in the nation... That publication selected him among the top three DBs in the southeast... Received prep All-America honors from National Bluechip Recruiting Service... Ranked among the country's top 15 cornerback prospects by that publication... Ranked among the top seven cornerbacks in the country by National Recruiting Advisor... A first-team All-State (5A) selection in 1994... A key defensive performer for a prep squad that won back-to-back state titles in 1993-94...Credited with six interceptions in each of the 1993 and 1994 seasons... High school coach was Paul Maechtle... Also visited Kansas State, Michigan State and Tennessee during the recruiting process... Personal - Born Reginald Dwayne Davis on September 7, 1976... Parents - Cleveland and Willie Mae Davis... Likes to play basketball... "Field of Dreams" is his favorite movie... Major - Public Recreation.