By Max Harper
It’s hard to find nuggets of positivity in a 48-10 smackdown, which is what the Eagles loss to the Dolphins was.
But check out rook Jordan Davis.
Here’s what ESPN’s Tim McManus thinks:
“Nobody opened more eyes this summer than Davis. Sure, his size — 6-foot-6, 340 pounds — naturally grabs your attention, but it’s his power and agility that keeps it.
“He’s already proving to be a magnet for double-teams, as he was for the national champion Georgia Bulldogs, and can use that 4.7-second 40-yard dash speed to dart into the backfield when left one-on-one. He’ll be a steady part of the defensive line rotation immediately.
“He’s smart, has high football character, he can play multiple positions, and we think he’s going to be a playmaker,” defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon said.