Davis told the Orlando Sentinel that he still plans on playing in UCF’s bowl game:
A standout at Seminole High in Sanford, Davis broke out in 2019 as the Knights’ leading receiver with 72 catches for 1,241 yards and 12 TDs, all tops on the team. For his career, he has 152 grabs for 1,447 yards ans 23 TDs.
At times, he made it look easy:
According to WalterFootball.com, Davis is the 9th-best receiver prospect in the draft pool.
The NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 23rd in Las Vegas.