Knile Davis is an intriguing prospect in this year's NFL draft. When healthy, he is as talented as any running back, but the injuries have slowed him over the years.
Davis is a big running back with outstanding speed. At 5'10'', 227 lbs., he is a guy who can get up the field in a heartbeat. He ran a 4.35 40-time and could factor in as a third-down back at the next level.
In 2010, Davis led the SEC in rushing with 1,322 yards and had 13 touchdowns. After that, the injuries took a toll on him, and he was largely relegated to a backup role for the remainder of his collegiate career.
Injuries will be the focal point for teams, but his speed and patience will stand out on film. He definitely has the size to compete in the NFL but just needs to stay healthy. He is worth the chance for a team in the sixth or seventh round.
Here are some of the standout moments in Knile Davis' career at Arkansas.