2. Austin Davis, Center
Austin Davis might be the most accomplished collegiate player on this list. He played a lot, and I mean a lot, of football throughout his career at Duke. Overall, he tallied nearly 2,000 career snaps and played 25 games at center.
At 6-foot-4 and 290 pounds, he has okay size to play the position. However, he’s stronger than he looks and uses that strength to open up holes on the line. He was the main cog in Duke’s running game the past few years and allowed the team to thrive in that aspect.
Even though he played primarily center in college, he has experience at guard as well. This versatility could open up some opportunities for him, as the Packers are looking to fill in the back end of their depth chart. It seems like every year the Packers find an offensive lineman out of their undrafted free agents who shows good promise and development. Hopefully, Davis can be this year’s version of Lane Taylor.