Isaiah Davis

Overall Rank
RB
Height
6' 0"
Weight
218 lbs
BMI
29.6
(43rd)
Draft Pick
5.38
(2024)
College
South Dakota State
Age
22.4
Best Comparable Player
Tyler Allgeier
Workout Metrics
4.57
56th
100.0
66th
118.2
48th
23
76th
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Bench Press
34.7%
(82nd)
College Dominator
7.6
(96th)
College YPC
0.0%
College Target Share
Braelon Allen is Clearly Jets’ RB2
3 weeks ago

Reports out of New York Jets camp, is that running back Braelon Allen is looking “nasty”.

It appears that rookie running back Braelon Allen is already turning heads at Jets camp. Allen was drafted in the fourth round in April, along with Isaiah Davis who was selected in the fifth round. Allen is a big back who can break tackles leading to plenty of yards after contact and normally converts on short-yardage situations.

 

In Wisconsin, Allen was a workhorse who rushed 597 times for 3,494 yards, and 35 touchdowns. Even with his size, the running back was also effective in the receiving game by bringing in 49 receptions for 275 yards in three seasons with the Badgers. Allen was the 11th running back taken in the draft.

 

The depth chart behind Breece Hall is in disarray and Allen is seizing the opportunity early on. With the emergence of Allen and Davis also in town, Israel Abanikanda has seen himself free fall down the depth chart. For now, Allen should be drafted in the second round of rookie drafts and can be taken as a flier later in re-drafts since he is the leading candidate to be Hall’s handcuff.

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Isaiah Davis showed why he's a Jackrabbit
4 months ago

South Dakota State’s Isaiah Davis shows his strong measurements at the Combine.

South Dakota State’s Isaiah Davis ran in the 16th best 40-yard dash at the 2024 NFL combine for running backs at 4.57. Measuring at 6′ and 218lbs, Davis has the size NFL teams look for in a short distance running back.

 

While in college Davis ran like a Jackrabbit, during his junior year he ran over 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns, but Davis surpassed those numbers rushing for more than 1,500 yards and 18 touchdowns in his senior season.  He showed that he can withstand the bulk of carries with his size and strength.

 

Davis’ most comparable comparison looks to be Jordan Howard, who will serve as a backup role and can be a spot starter in the next level.  He may get goal line carries due to his size and strength but looks to be a Day 3 pick.