Tyrion Davis-Price

  • Height
    6' 0"
  • Weight
    219 lbs
  • BMI
    29.7 (44th)
Tyrion Davis-Price headshot
  • Draft Pick
    3.29 2022
  • College
  • Age
Overall rank

Tyrion Davis-Price Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Atts Rush Yds YPC Rec Rec Yds TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 3 16 37 2.3 0 0 0 1.2
  • College Dominator
    20.0% (36th)
  • College YPC
    4.8 (22nd)
  • College Target Share
    3.7% (17th)
  • SPARQ-x

Tyrion Davis-Price Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream


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Total Touches


Opportunity Share


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Tyrion Davis-Price ADP

Average Draft Position (2022)
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16.01 Pick
RB56 Rank

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Tyrion Davis-Price Injury History

Games Missed
Injury Reports
High-ankle sprain
Week 2 (2022)

Tyrion Davis-Price College Stats

Year Games Rush Atts Rush Yrds TDs Rec Rec Yrds Tgt Share Age School
2019 14 (RB) 64 295 (6 tds) 6 10 (11 tgts) 74 1.9% 19 LSU
2020 9 (RB) 104 446 (3 tds) 3 8 (13 tgts) 47 3.1% 20 LSU
2021 12 (RB) 211 1,004 (6 tds) 6 10 (15 tgts) 64 3.4% 21 LSU

Who is Tyrion Davis-Price

LSU listed Tyrion Davis-Price at 6-1 223lbs on their site. He came into the Combine at 6-0 211lbs. Woof. His career reception total at LSU was 28 receptions for 185 yards. So he’s not big, not a pass catcher, but he had straight line speed.

Tyrion Davis-Price was selected in the 3rd round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. He’s instantly part of a committee that will be churned until his body breakdowns or the 49ers fire Shanahan. Being more athletic than Jeff Wilson, he should take over the backup role, but he still has to fend off JaMycal Hasty, Elijah Mitchell, and Trey Sermon. We’ve already seen that Shanahan picks the guy that works best in the system and doesn’t care about draft capital. Tyrion is an interesting pick up, but lacks the burst that Mitchell, Sermon, and Hasty all have.