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Craig Davis
SI Grade
School: Conference: Ht., Wt.:
6-1.5, 207
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BIOGRAPHY: Two-year starter awarded All-Conference honors as a special-teams player last season. Pass-catching numbers were 56/836/4 as a senior when he averaged 12.9 yards on 11 punt returns with an additional score. Junior numbers were 35/559/2.

POSITIVES: Vertical receiver who.s flashed a lot of skill the past two seasons. Quickly releases off the line, is sharp running routes and gets separation from opponents. Makes effective use of the sidelines, playing with outstanding balance and body control.

NEGATIVES: Not a sturdy pass-catcher; he can't take a big hit. Struggles getting off jams at the line. Has been dinged up throughout his college career.

ANALYSIS: A natural receiver with top physical skills, Davis has shown a lot of improvement the past three seasons. Offers potential as a number two wideout at the next level if he gets stronger and is able to stay healthy.

PROJECTION: Middle Second Round

2006 Receiving Statistics
Receptions Receiving Yards Yards Per Reception Touchdowns
56 836 14.93 4
2006 Rushing Statistics
Rushing Yards Attempts Average Per Rush Touchdowns
17 4 4.25 0