Davis Made Hard Choice For Alabama

Alabama sophomore defensive end Luther Davis was a natural topic for the state's media this week since he is a native of Louisiana who originally committed to LSU. He changed his commitment to Bama and Coach Nick Saban. A few weeks back, Davis talked of battling homesickness. Tuesday after practice, he revisited past unpleasantness.
November 5, 2008

Luther Davis intends to return to UA

EDITOR'S NOTE: Reporter Chris Sherman spoke with Luther Davis. Davis, who was announced this week as missing spring practice for "personal reasons," has naturally been the topic of some discussion. He is a 6-4, 275-pound defensive end who would be a sophomore next season. He is from West Monroe, La. Davis is unhappy with some published reports regarding his situation.
March 13, 2008

Luther Davis Set to Enroll

The University of Alabama's defensive line received a huge boost when defensive end Luther Davis was cleared academically to enroll in school. Davis shares the news...
June 2, 2007

Luther Davis Visits Tide Scrimmage

Luther Davis was one of Alabama's most prized defensive recruits who signed with the Tide in 2007. Davis made it back to the Capstone last Friday, and he talked in-depth with Scout.com about the trip.
April 12, 2007

Academic Status of Luther Davis

University of Alabama signee Luther Davis, from West Monroe, (Louis.), was one of the top prospects coach Nick Saban signed in 2007. Alabama has a thin defensive line on the current roster, and it is important for all the Tide's incoming defensive lineman to qualify. Luther Davis gives us his latest academic report.
March 27, 2007

Much Anticipated Luther Davis Signs

The U.S. Army All-American, Luther Davis, has signed his letter of intent with the University of Alabama. The former LSU verbal talks of his reasons for choosing Alabama.
February 7, 2007

Luther Davis Returns from Unofficial Visit

Alabama commitment Luther Davis, from West Monroe, (Louis.), took an unofficial visit to Tuscaloosa this weekend to help with recruiting. The Scout.com four-star defensive end talked about his trip.
February 4, 2007