Maryland cornerback Sean Davis is excelling at the Senior Bowl.
On Wednesday, Davis met with the Philadelphia Eagles at the annual All-Star game. Davis was one of eight players that the Eagles interviewed throughout the day, along with defensive end Shawn Oakman (Baylor) and quarterback Carson Wentz (North Dakota State).
Along with teammate Quinton Jefferson, Davis generating quite a bit of buzz during the week’s practices in Mobile. When players were measured, Davis was measured at 6’1/201 lbs.
Many claimed that Davis clearly spent the last few months in the weight room because he looked absolutely shredded.
Davis played both cornerback and safety while with the Terrapins. The Washington D.C. native played portions of the past two seasons at cornerback.
He was the starting cornerback opposite William Likely in 2015.
Davis accumulated 88 tackles (70 solo), three interceptions, three passes defended, and forced five fumbles. The Terp defensive back did struggle in pass coverage at times, but his versatility could make him very enticing at the NFL level.
It’s unclear how new Eagles coach Doug Pederson and his staff view Davis. However, Davis is a proven commodity as both a tackler and a guy that isn’t afraid to lay out an opposing ball carrier.
According to CBSSports, Davis is rated as the No. 172 prospect with a fifth round grade.
Much like the 2015 NFL Draft, it would be highly likely that Maryland has at least two players selected during the three-day event.