With one game left in his career, I have chosen to nominate ROLB Matt Davis for enshrinement in the BCS Chaos Hall of Fame. In his 4 years as a starter LSU has reached heights previously unseen by Coach Maximus. Davis came in as a recruit, #2 at the OLB position and made an immediate impact as a freshman. He created big plays all over the field, most notably 13 TFL, 4 Sacks, 5 INT (tied for team lead), 6 Pass Defl, and 1 FF. As far as tackles, he had 35 Solo and 8 Assisted. He was 1st-Team All-American and All-SEC, which is a true feat for a freshman. As a sophomore he didn't create any turnovers in the passing game but he did manage 3 FR. He also tallied 38 Solo Tackles, 17 Assisted tackles, 12 TFL, 3 Sacks, and 5 Pass Defl. Davis had a huge role in the biggest play of LSU's season. Florida QB Trey Burton fumbled on an option run and Davis was johnny on the spot with the recovery. LSU ended up winning 20-7. The biggest gauge for his success is that he was a key component of a National Championship defense. LSU shutout Boise St. 35-0 in the title game that year. Davis' junior season was one of success for LSU. The Tigers once again lost to Florida during the season but came back to win the SEC Championship. West Virginia ultimately defeated the Tigers in the BCS Championship Game, but that is nothing to be ashamed of. Davis was once again a defensive catalyst, often lining up in man coverage against the opponents' slot WR. He finished the year with 40 Solo Tackles (tied for 2nd on team) 12 Assisted Tackles, 17 TFL (team leader), 3 Sacks, 2 INT, 3 Pass Defl, and 1 FF.To this point in 2015 Davis has 42 Solo Tackles (2nd on team), 11 Assisted Tackles, 12 TFL (3rd on team), 2 Sacks, 3 INT (tied for 3rd on team), 4 Pass Defl (tied for 3rd on team), 2 FF (leads team), and 1 FR. LSU won our 3rd straight SEC title and our bowl game is coming up. We certainly hope to be included in the BCS Championship Game for the 3rd year in a row, but that remains to be seen.LSU made the BCS Championship game but fell 23-20 to Ohio St. One more note on Davis' senior season: he made 1st team All-American and All-SEC.Career Stats: 155 Solo Tackles, 48 Assisted Tackles, 54 TFL, 12 Sacks, 10 INT, 18 Pass Defl, 4 FF, 4 FR, 2 Safeties, 2 TDsFinal Rating: 99 OVR, 91 Spd, 99 Acc, 75 Agi, 99 Awr, 87 Tkl, 93 PRC, 94 BSH, 98 Pur, 95 ZCV, 95 MCV, 91 HPW, 61 Cth, 86 Str, 79 PMV, 85 FMV Davis was always a threat in every facet of the game. His coverage skills were unmatched at his position and you never knew when he would come blitzing off the edge to stop a run or rush the passer. I ask that only BCS Chaos members vote in this poll so please note when you vote so we can keep track.