GREENE'S THOUGHTS ON DAVIS: With the era of the passing offense now upon us in college football, you just can't have enough man cover cornerbacks and Wayne Davis certainly fills that bill for Ohio State. He is short, but he can flip his hips and change direction in an impressive fashion. Davis will more than likely be stuck behind some more experienced players as a freshman, but he might be able to contribute on special teams. He has the talent to eventually start at cornerback on the outside, or playing the slot receivers. He will need to get stronger and a year in the weight room will solve that real quick.
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