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Draft Scout Todd Davis News
06/24/14 - LB Todd Davis was signed by the Saints Monday.
12/30/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM (COACHES): ILB Todd Davis, Sr., Sacramento State,...Davis led the Big Sky and ranked fifth nationally in the FCS with 10.9 tackles per game. His total of 131 stops is the fifth most in school single season history and he concluded his career with 351 total tackles to rank second in the Hornet record book. Davis, who was honorable mention in 2011 and a second team selection in 2012, also had five sacks, two interceptions, a pair of forced fumbles and four pass breakups during the season. - Sacramento State football
07/23/12 - 2012 BIG SKY PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM (MEDIA): LB Todd Davis, Jr., Sacramento State, has been selected Preseason All-Big Sky football for the 2012 college football season as chosen by select media and sports information directors in the league. The junior was one of five linebackers named to the team which was voted upon by media members across the conference. As a sophomore in 2011, Davis earned honorable mention all-Big Sky honors after leading the team with 96 total tackles. The Palmdale, Calif., native also had 5.5 tackles-for-loss, including one sack, forced two fumbles and intercepted a pass. Davis was one of the more consistent players for the Hornets, recording at least seven tackles in nine of the team's 11 games. His career high came in the team's 29-28 overtime upset of Oregon State where he had 12 stops. Davis was named the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week after tallying 10 tackles and forcing a pair of fumbles in the 14-0 shutout at Northern Colorado. - Sacramento State football