38  Davis Plowman
Davis  Plowman

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Roswell, Ga.

High School:
Blessed Trinity

Last College:
Texas A&M

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 204

Position:
Placekicker/Punter

Experience:
2L


Should compete for the starting placekicking duties after the departure of three-year letterman and all-time leading scorer Warren Harvey … Has experienced limited action during first two active seasons in ECU program after transferring from Texas A&M prior to the 2013 campaign … Possesses a strong leg, but coaches are seeking additional consistency … Also serves as a back-up punter … Has appeared in nine games, tallied seven points (four extra-points, one field goal) and kicked off 10 times (60.3 average) since joining Pirate roster … Was two-of-two in extra-point tries during the spring scrimmage season, connecting on one PAT in the second and third (Purple-Gold Game) outings … Injury prevented spring strength and conditioning testing.

2014: Played in four games – N.C. Central, Temple, Tulane and Tulsa … Connected on lone PAT in the fourth quarter in the opener against the Eagles (following Kurt Benkert’s nine-yard touchdown run) ... Missed 40-yard field goal attempt in the fourth quarter at Tulsa ... Kicked off three times for 165 yards (55.0 avg.) ... Had two kickoffs against N.C. Central (117 yards/58.5 avg.) and one vs. Tulane (48 yards) … Member of onside kicking team at Temple.

2013: Was a perfect four-of-four on all kicks as a redshirt freshman during first year at ECU … Also kicked off on seven occasions (438 yards/62.6 avg.) … Converted extra-points against Tulsa and UAB (two) … Drilled 19-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter against the Golden Hurricane at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium during an eventual 58-24 Pirate win.

Texas A&M: Redshirted as a true freshman while in Aggies’ program.

High School: Graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic High School … Earned three football letters for the Titans.

Personal: Full name is John Davis Plowman … Major is communications … Earned ECU Honor Roll designation for work in the classroom during the 2015 spring semester.