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Citadel’s Tyler Davis suddenly the old man of offensive line


For two years, Tyler Davis was the promising young man of The Citadel’s offensive line.

He played in 10 games as a freshman in 2015, making the Southern Conference’s all-freshman team. Last season, he started all 12 games, rotating between guard and center, as The Citadel won a second straight SoCon championship.

Now, as Davis prepares for his junior season, the 6-1, 290-pounder suddenly finds himself the old man of the line. He’s one of only two players with starting experience on a line that could start two true freshmen and two sophomores.

“Those guys prepared me for it my first two years,” Davis said of departed veterans such as Isaiah Pinson, Nick Jeffreys, Kyle Weaver and Ryan Bednar. “So I feel like I’m ready for it.”

Davis played for his father, former Clemson lineman Tyronne Davis, at Waccamaw High School and showed veteran poise even as a freshman. Now, it’s his job to pass that on to younger teammates.

“I’ve got to make sure everyone knows what to expect at practice,” Davis said. “We go at full speed, we’re not out here going at half-speed. And I’ve got to make sure everyone understands the plays.

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