11 Teams Attend Private Workout For Rutgers OT Anthony Davis

Three weeks ago NFL teams descended upon Rutgers University for what many thought was a chance to see OT Anthony Davis work out.

Problem is, he never showed. The reason given was a sore hamstring but the decision to not work out was made only the night before unbeknown st to the many scouts who planned on attending. Suffice to say, that left some unhappy folks.

Davis made up for it (not really) by scheduling a private workout for 11 teams on Tuesday, according to his agent Sunny Shah.

"He did all the things that the teams wanted him to do today," Shah told The Star-Ledger. "He's 100 percent healthy. A sore hammy was the reason he wasn't able to work out (three weeks ago)."

Davis is expected to be a first round pick in the 2010 NFL draft.

SB Nation's draft site, Mocking the Draft, reports he's almost assuredly a first round pick despite some question marks.

He is one of the more powerful linemen in this class and that should get him on the field right away. He has more than enough athleticism to get by and with some good coaching, his technique will evolve the point where he can be a Pro-Bowl caliber left tackle. He has battled some minor weight issues and been benched on two separate occasions for violating team rules, so there will need to be some investigating in to his character and work ethic.

Check out Mocking the Draft's full scouting report on Davis.

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