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SIGNEE SPOTLIGHT: Davis learned toughness from his father

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Marcus Davis has never been the biggest player on any football field. He never will be.At 5-10 and 170 pounds, Davis will likely play slot receiver in Coach Gus Malzahn's high-octane offense. While his quickness, vision and speed made him a dangerous threat in high school and a coveted college prospect, Davis prides himself on something else. Toughness.

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