Mock Draft: Why Anthony Davis Of Rutgers Is Falling

March 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Once viewed as an athletic and mobile left tackle with top 10 potential from Rutgers, Anthony Davis has started to see his stock slip down draft boards in recent weeks.
Part of it has to do with the Combine, part of it his most recent Pro Day, and part of it his entire set of game film that honestly, I wasn’t overly impressed with.
Why He Was High on Boards:
Davis was a top-10 pick on many boards (not ours) for most of the year, competing with Bryan Bulaga as the second best offensive tackle in this draft class. Most scouts felt that with his 320-plus pound size, surprisingly long arms, wide base for a bigger offensive tackle, and mobility, it could make him into a Flozell Adams-like left tackle in the pros after a few years of coaching.
He was rather consistent on a game-by-game basis, and rarely was there a game where he didn’t flash a scent of dominance that intrigued scouts. Based on his game performance, scouts felt that he’d be a great Combin...

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