NMSU Football BIO
46 Jordan Davenport

 2010(Junior): Davenport played in nine games for the Aggies in 2010, handling the kickoff duties. On the season, Davenport recorded 29 kickoffs for 1,807 yards, averaging 62.3 yards per kickoff and one touchback. He recorded a season-high five kickoffs, four times during the year, including a season-high average of 68.0 yards per kick against San Jose State (Oct. 30).

2009 (Sophomore): Davenport played in one game in 2009 as the Aggies' field goal kicker, going 0-1 against Idaho (9/5).

2008 (Freshman): Davenport played in nine games for the Aggies in 2008. He was primarily on the kickoff team during on-side situations.

High School: Davenport was the Plano West High School's punter and field goal kicker as a junior and senior. His most productive year was in 2007 as a senior. He was perfect on his extra point attempts in 2007 going 29-for-29, while hitting 6-of-11 field goal attempts. As a punter, he recorded a net average of 35.7 yards, punting 40 times. He was named an all-district kicker as senior. As a junior he was Plano West's back-up field goal kicker but handled the kickoff duties. As both a junior and senior, he consistently kicked the ball out of the end zone on kickoffs.

Personal: Davenport is the son of Craig and Mary Davenport. He plans to major in business administration.


Position: Kicker
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Year: Freshman
City/State: Plano, Texas
High School: Plano West HS
Experience: High School

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