Davis, who earned All-America honors from Parade after his senior year in the Trojans, appeared in 23 games and made 23 tackles as a true freshman in 2012. He made five stops in a road game at Air Force that season.
His 2013 season was marred by a knee injury that limited him to just four games. The NCAA granted Davis a medical hardship, so he will be a sophomore heading into the 2014 campaign.
“He just went through spring practice and did every practice,” said CSU linebackers coach Tim Skipper. “We didn’t have to take him out of any drills or anything, so we’re looking forward to him being healthy.”
The Rams’ post-spring depth chart lists Davis at No. 2 at weak-side linebacker, behind senior Aaron Davis.
Skipper cautioned against putting much stock in that chart.
“That all gets solidified after training camp,” he said. “You could put my name in there if you want.”