Height: 6-foot-3. Weight: 303 pounds. Arm Length: 33 inches. Hand size: 10 inches. 40-yard dash: 5.04 seconds. Bench press: 41 reps of 225 pounds.
Overview: Davidson, 22, is from Greenville, Ala. He was very disruptive for the Tigers playing alongside Derrick Brown, who was selected in the first round of the draft. Davidson is good while attacking and does not get fooled by misdirection. He blocked nine passes over his career. He started 51 games in college. He has to work on staying lower. He sat out one game last season because of lower-back tightness. He was a four-year starter for the Tigers. He had decent seasons until his senior campaign when he led the team with 12.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks. He had a 6.35 grad from NFL.com, which projects that he will be a starter within the first two years in the league. "The team who drafts him will need to determine how best to utilize him because despite his build, he's most effective when playing outside the tackle," according to NFL.com Lance Zierlein. "He's athletic enough to work as a base 4-3 end with sub-rush talent, but getting over the hump from good backup to starter might take time."