Players are reporting to Mobile, Alabama today for the 2013 Senior Bowl, which will have its first practice at 1:30 p.m. ET on Monday. Also showing up on Sunday are many of the scouts, coaches and executives of NFL teams, who have had the opportunity to speak with some prospects on Sunday.
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Among those players speaking with NFL representatives was Utah State cornerback Will Davis who was speaking with the Jaguars on Sunday, according to Shane Hallam of Draft Countdown.
Davis, 5-11, 186 pounds, joins Purdue cornerback Josh Johnson as the second player that the Jaguars have been seen publicly talking with. Davis joined the Aggies for the 2011 season after transferring from a junior college and made an impact with five starts and 35 tackles. In his senior season, he upped the tackle total to 64 and hauled in five interceptions.
Rotoworld described Davis as one of the more underrated cornerbacks in the draft:
Davis is one of our favorite corners that will likely be drafted higher than his current perceived range. He's at his best in man coverage, using improved balance and physical play.
Davis will be on the North Roster with other cornerbacks such as Oregon State's Jordan Poyer and Boise State's Jamar Taylor.