BRAD DAVIS LEAVES ARKANSAS TO REPLACE JAMES CREGG



By LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN

@LonnPhillips


According to Bruce Feldman and Brody Miller, a name you saw here on LSUODYSSEY.COM not too long ago, Arkansas' OL Coach Brad Davis has left the Razorbacks to take over the same role at LSU.

Brad Davis is not only a Baton Rouge native (graduating from Belaire High), he played 4 seasons at Oklahoma from 1999 to 2002, and as a coach, Davis is an elite recruiter and has already established relationships with the cream of 2022's OL crop.

Expect greatness out of this move.

Brad Davis is a fantastic hire from Coach Ed Orgeron and without a second to waste.

At Arkansas, Davis picked up 4 star Marcus Henderson, the 6th rated offensive guard in the entire country; As part of Missouri's staff in 2018 and 2019, Brad picked up 4 star Jack Buford, the 21st rated OG in the nation; then at Florida he did some damage, grabbing 3 four star recruits in a single cycle, all top 30 players in their position, headlined by Tedarrell Slaton, 2017's 3rd overall guard.

WE GEAUX IN DEPTH IN OUR VIDEO BELOW


EXPERIENCE:

2003-04 Southern University Lab School (OL/Co-Offensive Coordinator)

2005 Wayne State (OL Graduate Assistant)

2005 Doane College (OL/Run Game Coordinator)

2006-07 Texas A&M (DL Graduate Assistant)

2008 North Carolina (OL Graduate Assistant)

2009-13 Portland State (OL/ Run Game Coordinator)

2014 James Madison (OL/Co-Offensive Coordinator)

2015 East Carolina (OL/Run Game Coordinator)

2016 North Texas (OL/Run Game Coordinator)

2017 Florida (OL)

2018-19 Missouri (OL)

2020 Arkansas (OL)

by LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN

@LonnPhillips

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SHOUTOUTS: WELCOME COACH DAVIS! WELCOME BACK HOME!!!

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