WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
6’3”, 209 lbs.
Davis is a really good receiving prospect that has size, speed and quickness that allows him to win in any area of the field. He has number 1 receiver upside, and is well worth a top 20 pick in the draft.
While there is little to knock with Davis, his level of competition does give some reason for pause. Will he be nearly as effective when seeing a big jump in the level of talent that he is facing? Also if he still can be effective, will he have a longer road to becoming a successful starter, to the point that it might be 2-3 years before he makes a major impact?
In the overall picture those concerns are fairly minor as Davis has all the tools to be successful and even if it takes him an extra year to develop it doesn’t change his value too much. I do think it can bump him below Mike Williams in a head-to-head contest as the top receiver in the class, but really they are so close that if feels like a toss-up decision.