BIG 12 NEWS: ETX native, OK State OL out for season with torn ACL
Tyler, Texas (FOX51) — Nacogdoches native and current Oklahoma State offensive lineman, Devin Davis, is out for the season after tearing his ACL.
Davis, standing at 6'5" and weighing 295-pounds, is rumored to be the best left tackle since Russell Okung, who now plays for the Seattle Seahawks.
Davis, who was projected to be a starter this season, got his first carreer starts against Texas Tech and Baylor last year, while playing in seven games.
He comitted to the Cowboys in July of 2010, and was considered the 77th rank player in Texas and 58th in the nation at his position by Rivals.com.