Most LSU freshman football players reported to campus over the weekend to begin summer classes and workouts.

One of those freshman was wide receiver Drake Davis who posted a blazing 4.38 40-yard dash during workouts on Tuesday.

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Davis, a native of Baton Rouge, played at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL lsat season. The 6-4, 215-pound receiver chose his hometown Tigers over Ole Miss and other schools.
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LelandSU96 months
Mannnn...imagine trying to step in front of that beast to tackle him!
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therealchampion96 months
Good God! This guy a flat out beast. I hear he already runs routes better than any lsu reciever. Can't wait to watch this kid in the slot.
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smash williams96 months
Been trying to tell people what a crazy athlete he is. He can jump out of the gym too.
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Sterling Archer96 months
He might be the most pure athlete on the team
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TigerFanFromBama96 months
D@mn i cant wait til the Labor Day weekend!
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Kracka96 months
Is this guy going to turn out better than Malachi Dupree? Just asking.
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saint amant steve96 months
He is a better physical specimen and athlete, but Malachi is a damn good receiver. Honestly, Davis might have a higher ceiling.
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white beans96 months
fap
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tigerfootball1096 months
Filmed with the underwater filter?
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saint amant steve96 months
These times are always bogus. I think he can run a legit 4.45, but I don't think people realize how amazing of an athletic feat it is for a receiver his size to run sub-4.4 in the 40.
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Mouche33796 months
You have factor in his length. Given the fact that he IS fast, and the fact that he is covering at least 3 yards per STEP, he's covering a lot of ground in a short amount of time. I agree that they do exaggerate these times, but given his measureables, it not the far fetched or out of the realm of possibility for him to be clocking that time. I hope his game speed is that fast...
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cdav11496 months
He definitely is fast, but you are correct idk why you're getting downvoted. At the NFL combine this time would be a 4.45 -still crazy, NFL caliber, speed.
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baobabtiger96 months
He is big. That's not even getting into his speed.
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SECond2none™96 months
Yup...looked like 4.38 to me
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pellietigersaint96 months
yessssssssssss
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beantown96 months
holy crap
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