An outstanding football player at Dudley High School, Jeff Davis went on to star as a linebacker at Clemson, where he was named All-American and was the captain of the 1981 national championship team. In his four years at Clemson from 1978 to 1981, he started 35 of 40 games recording 469 tackles, four sacks, and four interceptions. Davis was ACC Player of the Year in 1981. A 5th round selection in the draft, Davis played six seasons with the Tampa Bay Bucs in the NFL. Davis led the Bucs in tackles for three years. Davis was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2007. Recognized nationally for his off-the-field work with young people, Davis is now Clemson’s Assistant Athletic Director for Player Relations and External Affairs.