Antone Eugene Davis is an American former college and professional football player who was an offensive tackle and guard in the National Football League for seven seasons during the 1990s. He played one year of football for Peach County High School in Fort Valley, Georgia, and was recruited out of high school by the Tennessee Military Institute, for whom he played one year of college football. He earned a full scholarship to the University of Tennessee the following year and started at left guard during his sophomore year in 1988. He was moved to right offensive tackle before his junior year as a Tennessee Volunteer and earned unanimous All-American honors as a senior in 1990. He finished as a finalist for the 1990 Outland Trophy as well, and was drafted by the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles as the eighth overall selection in the 1991 NFL Draft. Davis played for five seasons with the Eagles, who traded two first-round draft picks to pick Davis. In his rookie season in 1991, he started in fifteen games, missing one start in week seven due to his benching. He started in fifteen games again in 1992, missing one game due to a knee sprain.
February 28th, 1967 in Fort Valley (Age 56)
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