Played for the Southern California Fire of the Southern California Collegiate Baseball Association... finished the summer going 8-for-18 (.444) with three runs scored, a double and four RBI in four games at the National Baseball Congress Tournament in Wichita... led team to a 2-2 finish at the tournament... tournament batting average (.444) ranked tied for sixth among all players at the tournament... named to the Southern California Collegiate Baseball Association Western Division All-Star team as an infielder/catcher.
Started at third base and went 0-for-4 against Southeastern Louisiana (5/22).
Batted .223 with 12 RBI and played in 35 games making 28 starts, including 18 at third base, seven at second base and three at first base... recorded 23 base hits, 22 runs, seven doubles and a triple... batted .321 (9-for-28) with runners in scoring position... posted six multi-hit games, including one three-hit performance... knocked in multiple runs twice... collected a four-game hit streak (4/20-5/11) going 5-for-14 (.357) with a double and three walks... made NCAA Division I debut going 0-for-3 against Missouri State (2/23)... tallied first multi-hit game going 2-for-4 with a season-high two doubles against Arkansas-Little Rock (2/24)... tallied a season-high three hits (3-for-3) and equaled a season-high three runs scored against Baylor (4/9)... went 2-for-3 with three runs scored, two walks and a double against Stephen F. Austin (5/10).
Eastern Oklahoma State
Transferred to UTA after earning second team All-Bi-State Conference honors at Eastern Oklahoma State College for the second consecutive season... one of only two players on his team who played and started in at least 49 of the team's 52 games... hit .254 with a .358 on-base percentage...collected 45 hits, eight doubles and three homers in 2007...second on the team with a .325 average in 2006, leading the squad in at-bats (194), hits (63), RBI (39) and total bases (79)...struck out just 22 times in 210 plate appearances in 2006.
Son of J.P. and Dana Davis... born July 30, 1986... an interdisciplinary studies major at UT Arlington.