According to the publication, "American Horror Story" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past" star Evan Peters read for the role of Stiles Stilinski, which, of course, ultimately went to Dylan O'Brien.
Meanwhile, "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" actor Noah Centineo auditioned four times for the show. YouTube star Cameron Dallas also auditioned.
Davis also shared that J.R. Bourne -- who played Chris Argent, dad to Allison Argent (Crystal Reed) -- auditioned for the role of Deaton and was "almost hired" to play the character.
"But then I thought to myself, there's something about him and he just felt right as Allison's dad," Davis explained.
"Teen Wolf" launched the careers of several stars, particularly Tyler Posey -- who played Scott McCall -- and O'Brien.
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The supernatural drama premiered on June 5, 2011. It ran for six seasons and sounded off in 2017.
Many of the show's stars -- including Posey and O'Brien -- posted on social media over the weekend to celebrate "Teen Wolf's" 10-year anniversary.
"I have no pics on my phone so had to steal from my friends," Posey wrote alongside a series of throwback photos. "10 years ago my life changed for the better and all you fans remind me every day of that and I love all of you and everyone helped make this show as badass as it was. Happy 10 f------- years!!"
"10 years ago today a werewolf show premiered on MTV and succeeded," O'Brien tweeted. "Go f-----' figure. Love ya always Teen Wolf. #10YearsOfTeenWolf"
While speaking to E! News, Davis said, "What was really unusual to me was that the cast loved each other. There were little fights and disagreements and people grew out of touch, but they still all hang out together. Daniel [Sharman] and Max [Carver] just did a road trip on a bike together. Colton [Haynes] and Holland [Roden] are still the best of friends. It's nice to see that everybody really had such a good time making it."