Quartney Davis

WR, Texas A&M

  • Conf SEC - West
  • Jersey #1
  • Class RS Junior
  • HT 6'1"
  • DOB 04/07/1998
  • WT 199 lbs
ANALYST'S REPORTS

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    PROS: Route technician with exceptional footwork. Deceptive and does well to set up breaks. Stays leveraged and doesn’t tip his routes. Keeps defensive backs guessing and does well to create leverage in the short to intermediate areas of the field. Easy accelerator and he glides in full stride. Not afraid to work the middle and compete through contact. Good balance and body control. Not dominant in contested situations but he comes out with some impressive grabs. Smooth separations quickness. Competitive and decisive after the catch. 

    CONS:  Hands and ball skills disappoint. Ball can eat him up and double catches are present. Doesn’t always quickly find the football and adjust with his back to the quarterback. Accurate throws are required. Spatial awareness on the field is lacking along the edges and when adjusting vs zone coverage. Gets eaten up by physical corners that are willing to crowd him during the stem. Not much of a vertical threat. 

    BEST TRAIT - Route Running

    WORST TRAIT - Ball Skills

    RED FLAGS - None

    Texas A&M WR Quartney Davis profiles as a slot receiver in the NFL where his route running skills can truly shine in the short to intermediate areas of the field and his below average functional strength would be less problematic than outside. While there’s a lot to like about the way Davis competes through contact and after the catch, he can be swallowed up by physical corners and he lacks consistency with his hands and ball skills. Davis has a modest ceiling in a west coast passing offense and should provide some value as a WR4. 

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