"I am very confident cutting full speed. It has been a long process to get back to 100 percent but I am back," Davis said.
Knile went through the spring with no contact and according to coaches this summer he will get a few hits once the preseason starts something he is looking forward to.
"I am trying to figure out what I am going to do different this year, retweaking my game a little bit but I am ready to play. It is about that time to get that contact."
Davis and the Razorbacks will start preseason camp on August 2nd in Fayetteville. The season opener is September 1st against Jacksonville State at Razorback Stadium.