Davon House Honored by NM State Regents
Former New Mexico State defensive back Davon House was honored by the NM State Board of Regents Thursday morning at the board’s annual summer meeting. House was presented a proclamation for his accomplishments as a student-athlete.
House, a native of Palmdale, Calif., was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round as the 131st pick overall of the 2011 NFL Draft, becoming the first Aggie football player to be drafted since 2003.
He left NM State as a two-time first team All-WAC selection and ended his career with the Aggies ranked sixth all-time in interceptions for a career with 11 and first in interception return yardage with 319. He returned three interceptions for a touchdown in his career, while tallying 198 tackles, 46 pass break-ups and three fumble recoveries. In 2010, House led the team with two interceptions, 57 tackles and 10 pass break-ups.