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    What round do you think he'll go in?
    Recently, I've seen everywhere from the 1st to the late 3rd...


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  • #2
    I really think he goes late 2nd, he isnt worth a 1st maybe not even a second, but i think a team will take him out of need and the fact that he may be taken in early 3rd.

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    • #3
      Personally I'm not a huge Davis fan. Short, can't block. If I'm looking for an H-Back (which I think he projects to), I'm taking Dustin Keller. As a pure TE prospect, I'm taking Martellus Bennett.

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      • #4
        I think he goes in the third, maybe to a team like the bills

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        • #5
          Late 2nd, early 3rd. A lot of TE can't block. Blocking can be taught and he has the physical ability to develop into a solid TE/FB/H-back.

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          • #6
            summed it up, early - mid 3rd

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            • #7
              I still say he's the 4th best TE behind Martellus Bennett, Dustin Keller and Martin Rucker.

              He will probably go in the 3rd round.

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              • #8
                Agreed, early to mid 3rd round sounds right, maybe late 2nd (Packers perhaps?). I too have him as the #4 TE, although I agree with Scott in having Keller/Bennett/Carlson ahead of him for me. If the Bills or Vikings don't draft a TE in the second round, he could be a really good pick for them in the 3rd if he's still on the board at that point.
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                • #9
                  id take him in the 3rd as well. i rank him #5 on my tightend list, behind guys like martellus bennett and brad cottam. and obviously behind carlson and keller.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Geo View Post
                    Agreed, early to mid 3rd round sounds right, maybe late 2nd (Packers perhaps?). I too have him as the #4 TE, although I agree with Scott in having Keller/Bennett/Carlson ahead of him for me. If the Bills or Vikings don't draft a TE in the second round, he could be a really good pick for them in the 3rd if he's still on the board at that point.
                    I'd love to see the Saints take him in the third.
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                    • #11
                      A lot of people are very high on Davis. I personally think he should be taken no higher then with a late 3rd. From what I have seen I am not impressed.

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                      • #12
                        2nd Round (2nd Pick) Phins, Packers

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                        • #13
                          I say he's a 2nd rounder. I've watched him quite a bit, and he can block. Not going to maul anyone, but he's definitely not a liability there. A very good receiver with good speed and hands. Maybe he's hasn't tested or measured very well post season, but during the season he looked like the best TE I saw.

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                          • #14
                            He's a 2nd rounder; let's face it he'll be a good offensive weapon in a system with a solid WR corps. I could see him going as high as Cincy's 2nd.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by art vandelay View Post
                              Personally I'm not a huge Davis fan. Short, can't block. If I'm looking for an H-Back (which I think he projects to), I'm taking Dustin Keller. As a pure TE prospect, I'm taking Martellus Bennett.
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