- Appeared in 16 games with four starts in 2016 for Jacksonville and finished with 16 tackles (13 solo).
- Started a career-best 15 of 16 games played for the Jaguars in 2015, setting career highs in tackles (60), solo tackles (49), passes defensed (23) and interceptions (four). His 23 passes defensed set a franchise single-season record.
- In 2014, he played in 13 games with four starts for the Packers and recorded 24 tackles (17 solo), 11 passes defensed, a forced fumble and an interception.
- Appeared in all 16 games for the first time in 2013 and posted 32 tackles (26 solo), 13 passes defensed, a sack and an interception.
- Also emerged as a more consistent contributor on special teams in 2013, leading Green Bay with a career-high 12 tackles on the coverage units.
- Suffered a shoulder injury on special teams late in the preseason opener at San Diego (Aug. 9), a setback that sidelined him for the remainder of the summer and the first six weeks of the 2012 regular season.
- Following an injury to CB Sam Shields (shin/ankle), made his season debut in Week 7 at St. Louis in 2012 and went on to start five of the next six contests.
- Finished the season with 18 tackles (17 solo) and a sack, and tied for fourth on the club with 13 passes defensed.
- Also contributed regularly on special teams, highlighted by his blocked punt in Week 8 vs. Jacksonville that LB Dezman Moses recovered in the end zone for a TD. The play marked the Packers’ first blocked punt since Sept. 29, 2003 (LB Marcus Wilkins), and the first that was returned for a TD since Dec. 2, 1990 (S Tiger Greene).
- Initially competed for the fourth cornerback job early in his first training camp as a rookie in 2011, but suffered injuries that saw him miss much of the preseason.
- Appeared in two games as a rookie, playing only on special teams, where he was credited with one tackle.
Standout cornerback who earned first-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors as a junior and senior…Stepped into the starting lineup midway through his true freshman season and started every game the rest of his career for the Aggies, appearing in 50 games with 43 starts…Playmaker who finished his career ranked first in school history in interception return yardage with 319 and tied for sixth with 11 INTs...Returned three interceptions for touchdowns during his career, highlighted by a 100-yard return for a score vs. Idaho as a true freshman in 2007…Set a single-season school record with 171 return yards on four interceptions as a freshman, an average of 42.8 yards per return…Also recovered three fumbles during his career…Earned a degree in family consumer science…Senior season (2010): Earned first-team All-WAC honors, posting 57 tackles, two interceptions and 12 passes defensed…Received honorable mention All-America recognition from The NFL Draft Report…Started all 12 contests for the Aggies on his way to earning first-team All-WAC honors for the second straight season…Earned honorable mention All-America honors and was rated the best defensive back prospect in the WAC by The NFL Draft Report…Named to the watch list for the Jim Thorpe Award, which is presented annually to the top defensive back in college football…Registered 57 tackles (29 solo), two interceptions, including one for a TD, 12 passes defensed and a forced fumble…Matched his season high with eight stops (four solo), while adding a forced fumble and an interception vs. New Mexico (Oct. 9)…Closed out his college career with a 48-yard INT return for a TD in the third quarter vs. Hawaii (Nov. 27)…Junior season (2009): Started all 13 games and was named first-team All-WAC…Led the conference with 16 passes defensed and paced the team with four interceptions…Recorded two TDs on the season, a fumble return for a TD at Louisiana Tech (Oct. 17) and an INT for a score at Hawaii (Nov. 14)…Became the first Aggie since Gary Jessie in ’95 to score on both in the same season…Registered a career-high 68 tackles (42 solo)…Sophomore season (2008): Opened all 12 contests and recorded 40 tackles (26 solo), two interceptions, eight passes defensed and two fumble recoveries…Part of a pass defense that led the WAC and finished third in the nation by allowing just 159.4 yards per game…Freshman season (2007): Appeared in all 13 games as a true freshman, moving into the starting lineup midway through the season to open up the final six contests…Set a school record with 171 interception return yards on a team-leading four INTs…Finished the season with 37 tackles (21 solo) and 12 passes defensed.
Given name Davon Thomas House…Nicknamed “Devo”...Married, wife’s name is Leatricia…Born in Van Nuys, Calif. …Older brother, Tyreace, was a sixth-round draft choice of the Oakland Athletics in 2008, but retired from baseball in 2011…Tyreace was drafted as an outfielder in the 49th round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Atlanta Braves, but was drafted the next year by the A’s after attending the College of the Canyons (Calif.)...Sister, Vanessa, played softball at San Jose State...High school: Earned All-Golden League honors and All-CIF recognition as a senior at Palmdale (Calif.) High…Helped the Falcons to a 9-2 overall record in 2006 on the way to their fifth Golden League title…Participated in the Next Level All-Star Game and was named the game’s most valuable player…Didn’t play football until his junior season…Played flanker as a junior before moving to cornerback for his senior season…Also an All-Golden League selection in baseball and track and field…Community involvement: Became extremely active in the Green Bay community upon his arrival in 2011, committing time to various charitable endeavors…Attended the annual Families of Children With Cancer holiday party…Has supported the Boys and Girls Club of the Fox Valley and also participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon...Played as part of a corporate foursome in the Green Bay Packers Golf Invitational and has participated in the Donald Driver and Jordy Nelson Celebrity Softball games, taking home the home run derby title in 2012…Volunteered at a daycare center in Las Cruces, N.M. …Umpired youth baseball games when he was in high school.