|Hometown:||Fountain Valley, Calif.|
|High School:||Fountain Valley HS|
TITANS `05: Emerged as the full-time Titan shortstop after a battle with teammate Neil Walton in the Fall Played in 62 games, starting 51 and hitting a majority of the time in the leadoff spot Hit .325 on the year, good for third-best on the team, and 15th in the Big West Conference Ranked fifth in the conference with 50 runs scored and second with eight triples; the eight triples were also good for the second-best Fullerton single-season performance Led the Titans with 17 stolen bases (in 19 attempts), finishing just behind Cal Poly's Brandon Roberts (20) for the top conference spot Matched his career-high two home runs in 2005, also blasting his first-ever grand slam on Feb. 27 at UNLV His longest hitting streak lasted seven games from May 22 to June 6, where he hit .358 (10-for-28) over that span Tallied 20 multiple-hit games, collecting three hits on eight occasions and four hits on May 1, where he went 4-for-5 with 4 RBI, scoring four runs against UC Santa Barbara Tied a career-high with four RBI on two occasions (Feb. 27 vs. UNLV and May 1 vs. UC Santa Barbara) Played two games at second base for an injured Justin Turner on Apr. 8 and 9 Tallied a team-high 8 assists on May 3 vs. San Diego State and a team-high two errors on Mar. 9 vs. Cal State Northridge Earned first-team All-Big West recognition and was also a member of the Fullerton Regional all-tournament team Earned second-team, ABCA/Rawlings West Region honors and became the Titans' 15th player to play with the US national team Was drafted in the 46th round (No. 1,377 overall) by the Cleveland Indians in the MLB amateur draft in June.
TITANS `04: Played in 41 games, 32 of them as a starter at shortstop Hit .295 on the year, collecting 10 multiple-hit games Had two three-hit games where he collected four RBI - one on Apr. 9 vs. Pacific and the other in the Regional-clinching a win over Pepperdine on June 6 Had a six-game hitting streak from Mar. 13 to Mar. 24, hitting .381 (8-for-21) over that span Was 16-for-46 (.348) with runners in scoring position and collected 13 of his 21 RBI with two outs Led the team with a .600 average (9-for15) when leading off an inning.
TITANS `03: Granted a redshirt season.
FOUNTAIN VALLEY H.S.: Turned in a couple of stellar seasons at Fountain Valley (Calif.) H.S., where he played for Coach Ron LaRuffa Earned first-team All-Sunset League, second-team All-Orange County and second-team All-CIF honors as a senior, when he batted .376 and stole 14 bases to help the Barons to the league title and the CIF quarterfinals Also a first-team all-league and second-team all-county pick as a junior, when he hit .459 and set single-season school records for hits (45) and assists (83).
PERSONAL: Born on December 22, 1983, in Newport Beach, Calif. Parents are Sam and Cindy Davis Full name is Blake Jonathan Davis Nickname is Rat Has an older brother (Bryan) and an older sister (Crissy) Lists the Lord as his greatest influence in life Majoring in communications Would like to see Florida, South Carolina and Baylor added to the Titans' schedule His greatest sports thrill is winning the College World Series in 2004 Likes to go to the beach and hang out with friends in his free time Has two different colored eyes Favorites include: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (team), Major League II and Little Big League (movies), Vince Vaughn and Rachel McAdams (actors), Taking Back Sunday and Cindy Lauper (musical artists), Amelia Bedilia (book), yahoo.com (web site).