* 2001 Second Team All-SEC (AP, Coaches)
* Sugar Bowl Most Valuable Player vs. Illinois, 2002
* Peach Bowl's Most Outstanding Offensive Player vs. Georgia Tech, 2000
* SEC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Tennessee, 2000
* USA Today, CNNSI.com National Player of the Week vs. Tennessee, 2000
* SEC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Arkansas, 1999
SENIOR SEASON (2001): Starter in all 13 games this year for the Tigers, leading LSU to a 10-3 overall mark and its first outright SEC title since 1986 ... Completed a school-record 217 of 367 passes for a school-record 3,347 yards and 18 TDs ... Only quarterback in LSU history to throw for 3,000 yards in a single-season ... Also set school-record for total offense in a season with 3,351 yards this year ... Named second team All-SEC by both the Coaches and AP ... Selected to participate in the Senior Bowl ... Missed most of second quarter and all of the second half of SEC Championship game with bruised ribs ... Completed 9 of 20 passes for 84 yards in just over a quarter of action vs. Tennessee ... Finished regular season ranked second in the SEC in passing yards per game (278.9) and total offense (279.2) and ranked third in passing efficiency ... Ranked 13th nationally in total offense and 18th in passing efficiency ... Named Most Valuable Player in Sugar Bowl after throwing for a Sugar Bowl record 444 yards in LSU's 47-34 win over seventh-ranked Illinois ... Against Illinois, completed 31 of 53 passes for 444 yards and 3 touchdowns ... Set two Sugar Bowl records and another five LSU bowl records against Illinois ... Completed 16 of 34 passes for 245 yards and 1 TD vs. Auburn in win that clinched the SEC Western Division title ... Threw for 359 yards on 19 of 33 passes vs. Arkansas to become first 3,000-yard passer in LSU history ... Completed 26 of 37 passes for 318 yards and 2 TDs vs. Middle Tennessee .... Threw for an LSU record 528 yards on a school-record 35 completions vs. Alabama ... The 528 yards was the most ever against Alabama ... Tied Archie Manning's SEC record for yards gained in a game with 540 (528 passing, 12 rushing) vs. Alabama ... Threw 3 TD passes in 42-0 win over Miss. State ... Opened season by throwing 100 passes without an interception ... Intercepted for first time of year in game 4 against Florida ... Has thrown 300-plus yards a school-record 5 times this season - 356 vs. Tennessee, 383 vs. Kentucky, 528 vs. Alabama, 318 vs. Middle Tennessee, 359 vs. Arkansas ... Holds school-record for most 300-yard passing games in a career with 6 ... Is the only player in school history to have three straight 300-yard passing games ... Ranks 5th in school history with 29 career TD passes and is 6th in school history with 4,415 career passing yards ... Ranks 7th in school history in both career completions (286) and attempts (478) ... Drafted in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.
JUNIOR SEASON (2000): Played in four games with starts against Tennessee and Florida ... Capped year by coming off the bench in the second half to lead the Tigers to a 28-14 win over Georgia Tech in the Peach Bowl ... Completed 17 of 25 passes for 174 yards and an LSU bowl-record tying three TD passes in win over Georgia Tech ... Finished the year completing 38-of-59 passes for 577 yards and seven touchdowns with just one interception ... Named SEC Player of the Week after completing 23-of-35 passes for 318 yards and a school-record tying four touchdowns in LSU's 38-31 overtime win over 11th-ranked Tennessee ... Also named National Player of the Week by USA Today and CNNSI.com for his performance vs. Tennessee ... Played majority of Tennessee game on badly sprained ankle ... Hit tight end Robert Royal with a 25-yard TD pass on LSU's first play in overtime for what proved to be the winning score vs. the Vols ... Opened the year by completing all 11 of his passes for 194 yards and three TDs in win over Western Carolina ... The 11-of-11 performance set a school record and it also ran his string of consecutive completions to 17, a streak that dated back to the Arkansas game in 1999 ... The 17 straight completions tied for the third most in SEC history ... Played on a sore ankle vs. Florida, completed 4-of-12 passes with one interception for 65 yards ... Played one series vs. Auburn and was 0-for-1 passing ... Selected as one of three LSU team captains by his teammates ... Also received the award for Most Inspirational on the squad ... Returned to action in August despite tearing ACL in February warming up for a charity basketball game.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (1999): The Tigers' backup quarterback in 1999 ... Started two games and played in seven games on the year ... Completed 31 of 52 passes for 491 yards, including four touchdowns and four interceptions ... Had his most efficient performance at home against North Texas where he completed all six of his passes for 66 yards and a touchdown ... Enjoyed his best game of the year in the season finale against Arkansas, as he came off bench to complete 10 of 12 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns ... Was named SEC Player of the Week for his performance against Arkansas ... Starts came against North Texas and Auburn.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (1998): Played in two games and recorded no statistics ... Took snaps vs. Arkansas State and Idaho ... Played in six plays from scrimmage in those two games ... The Tigers' No. 3 quarterback in 1998 behind Herb Tyler and Craig Nall.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state and two-time All-Dade County by the Miami Herald ... Member of Atlanta Journal Constitution Super Southern 100 ... All-district 13-6A his senior year ... Led team to 10-4 record, losing in state semifinals to Carol City who went on to win the state title ... No. 6 in Superprep National 50 and No. 3 in Superprep Florida 88 ... Totaled 2,318 yards for 28 touchdowns and only 7 interceptions, while rushing for 436 yards and 5 TDs as a senior...As a junior completed 78 of 108 passes for 1808 yards and 24 TDs...Rushed for 388 yds on just 30 carries (12.9 avg) and 1 TD...Totaled over 4,500 yds total offense for final 2 seasons at Miami Lakes H.S. ... Averaged 17.0 points a game in basketball ... Coached in football by Jerry Hughes.
PERSONAL: Full name is Rohan St. Patrick Davey ... Parents are Jeffry Davey and Dottlyn Carruthers ... Has one brother, Christopher and one sister, Samantha ... Born on April 14, 1978 in Clarendon, Jamaica ... Majoring in Mass Communications.