Position
Quarterback
Height
6'3
Weight
239 lbs.
Class
Junior
Hometown
Miami, Fla.
High School
Miami Lakes HS

* 2001 Second Team All-SEC (AP, Coaches)
* Sugar Bowl Most Valuable Player vs. Illinois, 2002
* Peach Bowl’s Most Outstanding Offensive Player vs. Georgia Tech, 2000
* SEC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Tennessee, 2000
* USA Today, CNNSI.com National Player of the Week vs. Tennessee, 2000
* SEC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Arkansas, 1999

SENIOR SEASON (2001): Starter in all 13 games this year for the Tigers, leading LSU to a 10-3 overall mark and its first outright SEC title since 1986 … Completed a school-record 217 of 367 passes for a school-record 3,347 yards and 18 TDs … Only quarterback in LSU history to throw for 3,000 yards in a single-season … Also set school-record for total offense in a season with 3,351 yards this year … Named second team All-SEC by both the Coaches and AP … Selected to participate in the Senior Bowl … Missed most of second quarter and all of the second half of SEC Championship game with bruised ribs … Completed 9 of 20 passes for 84 yards in just over a quarter of action vs. Tennessee … Finished regular season ranked second in the SEC in passing yards per game (278.9) and total offense (279.2) and ranked third in passing efficiency … Ranked 13th nationally in total offense and 18th in passing efficiency … Named Most Valuable Player in Sugar Bowl after throwing for a Sugar Bowl record 444 yards in LSU’s 47-34 win over seventh-ranked Illinois … Against Illinois, completed 31 of 53 passes for 444 yards and 3 touchdowns … Set two Sugar Bowl records and another five LSU bowl records against Illinois … Completed 16 of 34 passes for 245 yards and 1 TD vs. Auburn in win that clinched the SEC Western Division title … Threw for 359 yards on 19 of 33 passes vs. Arkansas to become first 3,000-yard passer in LSU history … Completed 26 of 37 passes for 318 yards and 2 TDs vs. Middle Tennessee …. Threw for an LSU record 528 yards on a school-record 35 completions vs. Alabama … The 528 yards was the most ever against Alabama … Tied Archie Manning’s SEC record for yards gained in a game with 540 (528 passing, 12 rushing) vs. Alabama … Threw 3 TD passes in 42-0 win over Miss. State … Opened season by throwing 100 passes without an interception … Intercepted for first time of year in game 4 against Florida … Has thrown 300-plus yards a school-record 5 times this season – 356 vs. Tennessee, 383 vs. Kentucky, 528 vs. Alabama, 318 vs. Middle Tennessee, 359 vs. Arkansas … Holds school-record for most 300-yard passing games in a career with 6 … Is the only player in school history to have three straight 300-yard passing games … Ranks 5th in school history with 29 career TD passes and is 6th in school history with 4,415 career passing yards … Ranks 7th in school history in both career completions (286) and attempts (478) … Drafted in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.

JUNIOR SEASON (2000): Played in four games with starts against Tennessee and Florida … Capped year by coming off the bench in the second half to lead the Tigers to a 28-14 win over Georgia Tech in the Peach Bowl … Completed 17 of 25 passes for 174 yards and an LSU bowl-record tying three TD passes in win over Georgia Tech … Finished the year completing 38-of-59 passes for 577 yards and seven touchdowns with just one interception … Named SEC Player of the Week after completing 23-of-35 passes for 318 yards and a school-record tying four touchdowns in LSU’s 38-31 overtime win over 11th-ranked Tennessee … Also named National Player of the Week by USA Today and CNNSI.com for his performance vs. Tennessee … Played majority of Tennessee game on badly sprained ankle … Hit tight end Robert Royal with a 25-yard TD pass on LSU’s first play in overtime for what proved to be the winning score vs. the Vols … Opened the year by completing all 11 of his passes for 194 yards and three TDs in win over Western Carolina … The 11-of-11 performance set a school record and it also ran his string of consecutive completions to 17, a streak that dated back to the Arkansas game in 1999 … The 17 straight completions tied for the third most in SEC history … Played on a sore ankle vs. Florida, completed 4-of-12 passes with one interception for 65 yards … Played one series vs. Auburn and was 0-for-1 passing … Selected as one of three LSU team captains by his teammates … Also received the award for Most Inspirational on the squad … Returned to action in August despite tearing ACL in February warming up for a charity basketball game.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (1999): The Tigers’ backup quarterback in 1999 … Started two games and played in seven games on the year … Completed 31 of 52 passes for 491 yards, including four touchdowns and four interceptions … Had his most efficient performance at home against North Texas where he completed all six of his passes for 66 yards and a touchdown … Enjoyed his best game of the year in the season finale against Arkansas, as he came off bench to complete 10 of 12 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns … Was named SEC Player of the Week for his performance against Arkansas … Starts came against North Texas and Auburn.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (1998): Played in two games and recorded no statistics … Took snaps vs. Arkansas State and Idaho … Played in six plays from scrimmage in those two games … The Tigers’ No. 3 quarterback in 1998 behind Herb Tyler and Craig Nall.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state and two-time All-Dade County by the Miami Herald … Member of Atlanta Journal Constitution Super Southern 100 … All-district 13-6A his senior year … Led team to 10-4 record, losing in state semifinals to Carol City who went on to win the state title … No. 6 in Superprep National 50 and No. 3 in Superprep Florida 88 … Totaled 2,318 yards for 28 touchdowns and only 7 interceptions, while rushing for 436 yards and 5 TDs as a senior…As a junior completed 78 of 108 passes for 1808 yards and 24 TDs…Rushed for 388 yds on just 30 carries (12.9 avg) and 1 TD…Totaled over 4,500 yds total offense for final 2 seasons at Miami Lakes H.S. … Averaged 17.0 points a game in basketball … Coached in football by Jerry Hughes.

PERSONAL: Full name is Rohan St. Patrick Davey … Parents are Jeffry Davey and Dottlyn Carruthers … Has one brother, Christopher and one sister, Samantha … Born on April 14, 1978 in Clarendon, Jamaica … Majoring in Mass Communications.

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