William H. Davis, Jr.

William H. Davis, Jr.

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Contractor
United States Department of Defense
 

Mr. Davis, a native of Alexandria, Va., was a first-team All-Met selection in both football and baseball at Mount Vernon (Va.) High School. He is a member of the Mount Vernon High School Athletic Hall of Fame, where his football jersey (#24) is retired.

Mr. Davis lettered four years in football (free safety) and one year in baseball (outfield) at Clemson. He is ranked second all-time in punt returns for the Tigers, and was a member of three ACC football championship teams and the 1981 National Championship team during his career.

Mr. Davis signed as a Free Agent with the Denver Broncos in 1984, was released during training camp, and then spent two years with the NFL’s St. Louis Cardinals (1984-85).

Mr. Davis retired in September 2015 from his position as Special Agent in charge of the U.S. Secret Service Vice Presidential Protective Division and as a member the United States Government Senior Executive Service. He is currently working as a contractor for the Department of Defense.

Mr. Davis has also served on the Clemson University Board of Visitors and is an active member of the NFL Alumni Association, the Clemson Alumni Association and Clemson IPTAY.

Billy and his wife Kim (of Mechanicsburg, Pa.) have been married 24 years and have two daughters, Hannah (17) and Sofie (13). The Davis family resides in Lovettsville, VA.