|32 L.J. Davis
Notes: A versatile player, seeing time as both a tight end and running back ... Has excellent speed and size as well as being a solid blocker.
2006 (So.): Appeared in 10 of the 11 games, missing the Appalachian State contest ... Made seven starts, all at tight end ... Caught seven passes for 69 yards including two for double-digit yardage ... Scored his first career touchdown, a one-yard plunge at Furman ... His rushing score pulled WCU to within seven at 14-7 against the third-ranked Paladins ... Posted a season-high two catches at Liberty before leaving the game with an ankle injury ... Finished the season with four rushes for five yards and was one of only Catamounts to post rushing TDs ... Also posted a pair of kickoff returns for 22 yards with a nine-yard return against Georgia Southern and a 13-yard jaunt at Florida.
2005 (Fr.): Played in all nine contests, starting the Furman and Citadel contests at tight end ... Was a solid blocker, helping pave the way for All-SoCon tailback Darius Fudge ... Had one rush attempt and one reception on the season, gaining one yard versus Wofford and eight at Appalachian State, respectively.
Prior to Western: An All-Metro 4A Conference selection as a senior ... Registered 87 stops, including 55 solo tackles, with nine tackles for losses and two sacks ... Returned an interception 76 yards for touchdown versus Northwest Guilford ... Also played H-back, gaining 219 yards rushing and 167 yards receiving and scoring five touchdowns on offense ... Averaged 18.6 yards per reception ... Also threw three passes, completing two for TDs of 40 and 21 yards.