One of USF's first stars on the gridiron, Glenn Davis returned to the Bulls football program in July 2010 in the role of defensive quality control.
Davis spent the 2009 spring season as the secondary coach at Division II Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Ala., before moving on to Union Christian Prep Academy in Cincinnati in the fall to serve as the defensive coordinator.
Prior to his stint there, Davis spent two years as the defensive coordinator at Freedom High School from 2007-08. In 2006, Davis was the defensive coordinator for the Birmingham Steeldogs of the arenafootball2 league.
Following his USF career, Davis signed with the New York Jets in 2001 as a free agent, then played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2002) of the CFL and three years of arena football with the Orlando Predators (2003) and the Carolina Cobras (2004-06).
A four-year starter with the Bulls from 1997-2000, Davis started 44 of 47 career games with the Bulls. The St. Petersburg, Fla., native was most known for making the first interception in team history on Sept. 6, 1997 against Kentucky Wesleyan.
The 1995 Pinellas County Player of the Year as named by the Tampa Tribune, Davis redshirted during the 1996 season at Purdue before transferring to USF for the team's first season of football.
Davis spent his prep career at Dixie Hollins High School, leading the team to the state final in 1995 and earning first-team all-state honors at cornerback.
He was born Aug. 17, 1978.