In Davis, Tennessee should have the wideout it needs to partner with Mariota, and the Western Michigan star has the potential to be the team's best pass-catcher since Derrick Mason. "And we couldn't be more excited than to have Corey and Adoree' part of the Titans family". He believes the addition of Davis in the passing game should open things up in the run game as well.
Davis will be one of the more interesting players to watch when the draft starts Thursday night. Davis is the Tennessee Titans' top draft pick.
"I was seeing stuff he was tweeting and it was pretty amusing", Jackson said of Davis.
Jackson will nearly certainly be a returner in the National Football League, but the Titans could even look to use him similarly to how USC did. "He'll be competitive. He's a competitive guy".
Davis finished his WMU career with 332 receptions for 5,285 yards and 52 TDs.
Now, the 6-foot-3, 215-pound Davis is expected to be picked in the first round of tonight's NFL Draft.
If you felt like you didn't hear Corey Davis' name often during the pre-draft process, that's because he spent most of it fighting through an ankle injury.
So that's why I was shocked when both of those players were available and the Titans went with....
Mike Mayock also expressed his interest in Davis, while putting to rest the biggest knock on Davis - the level of competition he faced.
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Jackson said he'll eagerly do whatever is asked. However, the Spartans never offered him a scholarship - IN was his lone Big Ten offer - so he made a decision to develop his talent with the Broncos while helping them go from 1-11 his freshman year to 13-1 as a senior when he was a voted first-team All-MAC performer. Like the saying, "Iron sharpens iron". On the other hand you also know everyone you've ever met is going to be asking you for money, which is not awesome. He is a great competitor and a great receiver.
Jackson said he reached out to secondary coach Deshea Townsend to get all the phone numbers of the defensive backs. "Sometime hindsight is best when you look back and three of those guys are gone".
"I know what I'm capable of doing", Davis said. But once they got on the clock, they had a chance to make some noise. "I think it's important for those to produce for their three or four years, however long they're in college". He also saw the talent Western Michigan had coming back, and how special the season could be - and what a story it would be after the team had been 1-11 during Davis' freshman season.
That role only grew as a sophomore when he featured as the only player in the country with at least 400 yards receiving, 600 yards on kickoff returns, 200 yards on punt returns and 30 tackles.
"I texted him as soon as I found out what number I was getting", Jackson said of White.
Throughout the "draft season" I felt like the Titans needed to land an elite playmaker on defense.
I hope for the Titans' sake that Jon Robinson got this one right.