Chip Off The Razorback Block

Arkansas is among the schools looking at Byrant junior offensive lineman Cameron Davis (6-3, 270), who visited the Razorbacks last weekend along with his dad Isaac, a former Arkansas great and NFL player.

As the son of a former Arkansas offensive line great and NFL player, Bryant offensive lineman Cameron Davis (6-3, 270) is well-versed in the art of getting it done out on the football field.

He's now hoping that leads to the same path his dad Isaac traveled as a former Razorback and into the league.

Both got a look at the campus on Saturday when Cameron took an unofficial visit to Fayetteville.

"He was amazed at how much better the facilities were since he played in the 1990s," Davis said. "He also talked about how they were clearly more into being a complete student-athlete and education being such a big part now. We were both very impressed with what the coaches had to say and what they have going on at Arkansas now."

Davis got an offer from Southern Mississippi and is getting interest from Arkansas, Memphis, Ole Miss, Alabama, Auburn, Air Force and Arkansas State among others.

Arkansas would certainly be a school that Davis would like to offer sooner than later.

"They told me that they really like me and would love to see me in camp this summer to get a better evaluation," Davis said. "I am planning on getting up there this summer so they can."

Davis is clear about what part of offense he likes best – something that no doubt was music to the ears of both Razorback head coach Bret Bielema and offensive line coach Sam Pittman.

"I love run blocking – just love it," Davis said. "Pass blocking is alright, but I hate having to back up and wait. I want to go forward and mash my guy and initiate the contact. I am a guy that loves to be physical."

The older Davis with current Arkansas assistant Barry Lunney, who is the younger Davis chief recruiter.

"He was one of my dad's quarterbacks when he was at Arkansas," Davis said. "He seems like a really good guy."

Davis, who was born in San Diego when his dad was playing for the Chargers, is trying to work on a few things this off season.

"I want to get bigger and faster and work on my technique," Davis said. "You can get better every day."

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