Charles  Davis

Charles Davis

Charles Davis joined NFL Network as a college football analyst in 2006. He is currently an analyst on NFL Total Access. This season, Davis can also be found in the booth as a game analyst for the NFL on FOX alongside Dick Stockton and Jim Mora and as a host on SEC Gridiron Live on Fox Sports South. Davis' expertise is featured within NFL Network's exclusive coverage of the Under Armour Senior Bowl and NFL Scouting Combine. Following the NFL Scouting Combine, Davis is an analyst on Path to the Draft, which provides in-depth analysis on prospective draft choices and a look at each NFL team's needs during the off-season with host Paul Burmeister and Mike Mayock. From 2007-2009, Davis was an analyst on the NFL Network's College Football Now, a show that brought fans a daily dose of college football highlights, news and analysis. In addition to his duties in studio at NFL Network, Davis also served as a game analyst for NFL Network's broadcasts of the 2007 Texas Bowl and the Under Armour Senior Bowl the past three years. From 2007-2008, Davis served as analyst for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers preseason schedule. From 2007-2009, Davis served as the lead analyst for the Big Ten Network and FOX Sports BCS broadcast teams. Davis provided analysis on the BCS National Championship games from 2007-2009 and some of the most exciting matchups in recent college football history. Such games include Florida's 2009 title win over Oklahoma, Boise State's overtime win against Oklahoma at the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and Appalachian State's stunning upset over Michigan in the Wolverines' 2007 home opener. Before Davis joined FOX Sports in December of 2006, he served as the lead college football analyst at TBS for five years. Throughout his career, Davis has served as an analyst for college football, Arena League Football, basketball, baseball and golf for ESPN, CBS, NBC, FOX, The Golf Channel, TBS, TNT, and the Sun Sports Network. Davis, a four-year starting defensive back for Tennessee (1983-86), led the Volunteers to four straight bowl appearances and was a member of the Academic All-SEC Team. After graduation, Davis was an assistant coach at the University of Pacific before moving into athletic administration where he worked as an assistant athletic director at Stanford University. Davis' broadcasting and college athletic accolades have led to a variety of honors in recent years. In 2009, he earned the ‘Accomplished Alumni Award' from the University of Tennessee Alumni Association and was honored with distinction by the Florida High School Athletic Association. In 2008, Davis was a featured ‘Story of Character' by Tennessee and the Southeastern Conference during the SEC's 75th anniversary celebration and was honored as one of the top 50 athletes in the last 50 years in the tri-county area by the Middletown Record in New York. He also served as the featured speaker for the Sun Bowl Committee Award Meetings in 2007. A native of New Paltz, New York, Davis currently resides in Orlando, Fla. with his wife, Lisa, his daughter, Taylor and son, Parker.