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Matt Miller's final mock draft projection: Sixth round, No. 179 overall pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Wide receiver Mike Davis' senior stats were not extremely impressive, but the reason for that was out of his hands for the most part. The 6'0", 197-pound wideout was a part of an offense that focused more on running the ball than throwing it down the field.
He had an exceptional junior season and even contemplating forgoing his senior year to enter the draft. He told ESPN's Joe Schad that he was informed he could be a third-round pick in 2013, but he wanted to try to win the Biletnikoff Award, which was why he returned for his senior year. That decision may have cost him some money.
Position ranking (CBS, NFL.com): No. 32, No. 26
What the experts are saying
Davis has a good mix of size and speed and has the skill-set to line up inside and outside, on the line of scrimmage and off, but needs to continue to progress as a route runner and prove he is reliable catching the football. Despite the physical traits, he is the type of prospect who leaves you wanting more, but his natural ability gives him a fighting chance in the NFL if he is willing to work.
A big, long, athletic receiver with inconsistent hands and questionable toughness and effort. Displays starter-caliber physical traits, yet his playing demeanor and approach turn off many evaluators and could force his draft status to sink. Is at his best outside the numbers as an 'X' receiver.