Rashard Markese Davis, who plays as a Wide receiver and return specialist is presently a free agent. He attended James Madison University, where he participated in the college football program.
Davis has also played with the Philadelphia Eagles, the Oakland Raiders, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Tennessee Titans during his professional football career.
Davis received his high school education from Charlottesville High School, located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
During his senior season, he earned First Team All-District honors as an athlete and Second Team All-District honors at quarterback thanks to his performance as a dual-threat quarterback, in which he threw for 1,074 yards and 15 touchdowns while completing 61 of 142 passes and ran for 1,383 yards on 130 carries and 17 touchdowns.
After leading Charlottesville to its first appearance in the playoffs in ten years, he was awarded the Most Valuable Player award for the club. On September 19, 2012, he was given the title of Falcon Club Player of the week for his performance in the game against Culpeper.
In that game, he was responsible for six touchdowns, including four on the ground while racking up 200 yards on nine carries and two passing touchdowns, finishing with 122 yards while going 5 for 8 with his pass attempts. In 2012, Rashard earned his diploma from Charlottesville High School with Highest Honors.
Where Is Rashard Davis From?
Rashard Davis is American. He is from Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. He attended Charlottesville High School.