The visit was reported by Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Davis showed well during the 2019 Senior Bowl. He earned an invitation following a 2018 season where he garnered second-team all-Conference USA honors at right tackle, despite a four-game suspension for undisclosed violations.
The success at right tackle came after he spent his first three seasons in Charlotte as a right guard, starting 30 of a possible 31 games.
A four-year starter, Davis anchored an offensive line that ranked fourth in Conference USA in rushing yards per game in league games (163 yards/game) last fall.
Davis, a 6’3”, 311-lb offensive lineman who made 37 starts at Charlotte, is projected by NFLDraftScout.com as the eighth-ranked guard in the draft class. The site projects him as a fourth- or fifth-round selection.
WalterFootball.com has Davis as the seventh-ranked offensive guard, projecting him to go between the third and fifth rounds. CBSsports.com has Davis as the 20th-ranked offensive lineman and 120th overall, roughly equal to a fourth-round draft pick.
According to NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein, Davis “carries good power and outstanding foot quickness on a stout frame and has proven to be consistent and effective in a variety of blocking schemes. His footwork and body control help him square his targets into his power zone, but a lack of arm length creates some inconsistencies in sustaining blocks. He has some flaws, but there doesn’t appear to be glaring holes to overcome his areas of strength and become a starting guard early in his career.”