San Francisco 49ers running back Tyrion Davis-Price (ankle)...
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Tyrion Davis-Price Bio & Season Stats
|Year Year||Games Played Games||Rush Attempts Atts||Rush Yards Rush Yds||Yards Per Carry YPC||Receptions Rec||Receiving Yards Rec Yds||Total Touchdowns TD||Fantasy Points Per Game Fantasy Pts/Game|
College Dominator20.0% (36th)
College YPC4.8 (22nd)
College Target Share3.7% (17th)
Tyrion Davis-Price Advanced Stats & Metrics
|Snap Share||Opportunity Share||Weighted Opportunities||Team Run Plays Per Game Team Run Plays/Gm||Carries||Targets||Red Zone Touches|
|20.6%||26.5%||12.7 (4.2 p/g)||27.9 (1.90 pace)||16 (5.3 p/g)||2 (0.7 p/g)||3 (1 gl)|
|Rushing Yards||Receiving Yards||Receptions||Total TDs||Fantasy Points Per Opportunity Fantasy Pts/Opportunity||Fantasy Points Per Game||Expected Fantasy Points Per Game Expected Fantasy Pts/Gm|
|37 (12.3 p/g)||0 (0.0 p/g)||0 (0.0 p/g)||0 (0.0% rate)||0.21||1.2||5.3 (-4.02 diff)|
|Target Share||Routes Run||Route Participation Route %||Yards Per Reception||Yards Per Route Run||Catch Rate Catch Rate||Drops|
|2.0%||16 (5.3 p/g)||14.4%||0.0 (0.0 ypt)||0.00||0.0%||0 (0.0% rate)|
|True Yards Per Carry||Yards Per Touch||Juke Rate||Evaded Tackles||Breakaway Run Rate||Breakaway Runs||Best Ball Points Added|
|2.2 (2.3 ypc)||2.3||18.8%||3 (1.0 p/g)||6.3%||1 (0.3 p/g)||0.0 (0.00 p/g)|
|Yards Created||Yards Created Per Touch Yards Created/Touch||Production Premium||Expected Points Added (EPA) Expected Pts Added||Dominator Rating||Game Script||Run Blocking Rating|
|27 (9.0 p/g)||1.69||-67.5||-9.3||1.7%||+1.67||-7.5|
|Average Defenders In The Box Defenders In The Box||Stacked Front Carry Rate Stacked Front Carry %||Base Front Carry Rate Base Front Carry %||Light Front Carry Rate Light Front Carry %||Shotgun Carry Rate Shotgun Carry %||Under Center Carry Rate Under Center Carry %||Stuffed Runs|
|7.6||62.5% (2.0 ypc)||18.8% (4.0 ypc)||18.8% (1.7 ypc)||6.3% (1.0 ypc)||93.8% (1.0 ypc)||4 (25.0% rate)|
|Week Wk||Opponent Opp||Snap Share Snap Share||Carries Carries||Routes Routes||Targets Targets||Receptions Receptions||Total Yards Total Yards||Total TDs Total TDs||Fantasy Points Fantasy Points|
|2||SEA||38.6%||14 (2 rz)||7 (28.0% rate)||0||0||33||0||3.3 (#55)|
|6||ATL||1.8%||0 (0 rz)||0 (0.0% rate)||0||0||0||0||0.0 (#67)|
|7||KC||17.9%||2 (1 rz)||9 (17.7% rate)||2||0||4||0||0.4 (#63)|
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Tyrion Davis-Price College Stats
|Year Year||Games Games||Rush Attempts Rush Atts||Rushing Yards Rush Yrds||Total Touchdowns TDs||Receptions Rec||Receiving Yards Rec Yrds||Target Share Tgt Share||Age Age||School 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.