Texas Tech safety Cody Davis wrapped up his career in tremendous fashion, with 84 solo tackles and notching First-Team Academic and Second-Team All-Big 12 honors. A big, rangy safety prospect, Davis was invited, along with his QB Seth Doege, to the East/West Shrine All-Star game in recognition of his accomplishments. A productive, hard-working player, Davis is primed to make an impact on defense or special teams in the NFL. I had the pleasure of interviewing him for NFL Draft Zone.
Shaun DePasquale: Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today Cody. Can you tell me where you’re training for the NFL Draft?
Cody Davis: I am training in Dallas at Geared4Speed. It is run by Melvin Bullitt and his dad Jerry.
SD: What do you feel are your strengths and weaknesses (things you may need to work on)?
CD: I feel like my only weakness may be to over think or overanalyze. I think my strengths are being a smart, fast, and physical player that can be flexible on both defense at safety a...