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March 12, 2018
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This season, he’s made 42.3 percent of an admittedly meager 26 3-point attempts, is shooting 82.4 percent from the foul line and ranks in the 98th percentile nationally on catch-and-shoots, per Synergy. He also shot well from the foul line (88.7 percent) and behind the arc (45.0 percent) during his final season in the Nike EYBL, per DraftExpress. Perhaps repetition and practice will culminate in more voluminous results long-term.
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The reporter who thought Davenport played at UTEP probably isn’t the first to make that mistake. Just seven years ago, UTSA didn’t even have a football program at all. Davenport joined the team in 2014 after only its third season.
At that point, the program had never been in a bowl game and never had a player drafted. UTSA has since checked both of those boxes with a trip to the 2016 New Mexico Bowl and the Vikings’ selection of tight end David Morgan in the sixth round two years ago.
But when Davenport gets picked in April, it’ll be a new milestone for the still-young football program. The pass rusher will likely land in the first round, an incredible accomplishment for a player who’s made even more growth since 2014 than Roadrunners football.
There’s a reason Davenport 锟斤拷 a 6’6, 264-pound defensive lineman with 17 tackles for loss in 2017 锟斤拷 played football at UTSA instead of a powerhouse like Alabama. In 2014, he was a two-star recruit who tipped the scales at 190 pounds.