Rashard Markese Davis is an American football and returns specialist. He was born on September 14, 1995, and as of right now, he is an unsigned free agent.
He was a collegiate football player for James Madison University. Throughout his professional football career, Davis has also played for the Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans.
At Charlottesville High School, Rashard Davis was a standout athlete and the starting quarterback. He was a quarterback who posed a dual threat and threw for 1,074 yards and 15 touchdowns during his senior season.
He was given the Most Valuable Player award by the team after leading Charlottesville to its first postseason berth in ten years.
He received the Falcon Club Player of the Week award in 2012 for his efforts against Culpeper.
The JMU All-Academic team was founded by Rashard Davis. He played in the slot receiver position in nine of his junior season’s games and hauled in 39 passes for 592 yards and six scores.
He added 48 yards and a touchdown on the ground. third in TDs, fourth in yards per catch, and eighth in CAA with 53.8 up (15.2).
What position does Rashard Davis play?
Markese, Rashard Davis is a wide receiver and returns specialist in American football. He also plays the position. The wide receiver is the offensive skill position that is considered to be the most important.
This position gets its name from the fact that this player is the one who is the most separated from the rest of the offensive formation.