Players like Jordan Davis do not grow on trees. The 6-foot-6, 340 pound defensive tackle is already turning heads out at Eagles training camp.

Davis got some work in with the starters in Monday’s practice. All reports indicate the first-rounder continues to stack good days at camp.

He impressed by dominating in 1-on-1 drills, showing off his athleticism by side-stepping Jack Anderson in the drill. It’s not often that a 340-pound interior defensive lineman uses such a move to get to the quarterback.

Known for his overpowering bullrush in his college days at Georgia, Davis is starting to add moves to his arsenal.

“They want me to work bullrush but I always try to add a little to my bag. Once I get things down pat that I want to get down, I just add tools. Add tools to the toolbox so you never run out,” said Davis.

He has looked every bit the part of the No. 15 overall pick the Eagles used on him in late April’s draft.

Davis has been spending extra time putting in work after practice, too. After Monday’s practice, Davis has leaned on veteran center Jason Kelce for tips on his technique in post-practice sessions.

Linebacker Kyzir White, who spent his first four seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers, has also taken notice of Davis’ physical presence on the defensive side of the ball.

“I ain’t never seen a guy like that,” said White. “I’m glad he’s on our side. He’s gonna make things easier for us.”

The pads come on for the Eagles this week giving the team a closer look at what exactly Davis can do.

One thing is for certain, if Davis’ play is anything like his singing abilities, the Eagles should be in pretty good shape.

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