Robert Davis falls to Washington with 209th pick
Washington selected Georgia State wide receiver Robert Davis with the 209th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
The 6'3", 219 pound Davis earned first-team All-Sun Belt honors in each of his final two seasons. Davis landed at GSU after catching only 11 passes as a high school senior in an offense dominated by the running game. He crushed the Combine, running 4.44, and measuring in with lengthy 33-inch arms. Davis is a high-ceiling, small-school sleeper.
Davis graduated as Georgia State’s all-time leader in catches and yards, tallying a career 3,391 receiving yards on 222 catches (15.3 yards per reception) with 17 touchdowns. Only Brian Quick is in Davis's way for seeing meaningful production down the line in Washington.
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