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Eagles Draft Jordan Davis at No. 13 – Team Fit and Draft Profile

With the 13th overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles draft Jordan Davis, defensive lineman out of Georgia. The imposing lineman from Georgia will cause nightmares for opposing offenses immediately. He possesses great speed for his size, and will be another weapon for a franchise that has seen elite pass rushing for the last decade. Let’s take a closer look at Davis.

Jordan Davis Highlights

Eagles Draft Jordan Davis | 2022 NFL Draft Profile

Jordan Davis
Position: Defensive Tackle
Height: 6’6″
Weight: 340 lbs
Age: 22
College: Georgia Bulldogs

Jordan Davis Draft Profile


Jordan Davis is a massive body who possesses great speed. His tackle numbers may not be as high as some others across the position, but he excels in disruption of the play. His speed comes both up and down the field, as well as side-to-side movement. Davis ran a 4.78-second 40-yard-dash at the NFL Combine and can get off the line with the best of the class, making him a top priority for teams who need help stopping the run.


As previously stated, Jordan Davis can be criticized for his lack of tackles. He is viewed as an elite run defender, but did not force or recover a single fumble in his 41 career games. His sack numbers are also very low. He played on a loaded defense for the entirety of his career as a Bulldog, but averaged just 1.75 sacks per season.

Jordan Davis Draft Profile: Stats, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection dallas cowboys
Credit: Tony Walsh/Georgia Athletics

Jordan Davis Stats 2021 | Georgia


What to Expect From Jordan Davis in 2022

It’s clear Jordan Davis was drafted this high to contribute immediately. He is stepping into a very favorable situation that will allow him to be himself and assimilate to the NFL at his own speed. As one of the largest bodies on the field, look for him to play a large role in this defense while trying to improve his overall tackle numbers.

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