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Corey Davis
WR #84
Height:
6-3
Weight:
209
Age:
22
College:
Western Michigan
Hometown:
Wheaton, Ill.
Experience:
R

Biography

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
► All-time leading receiver in FBS history with 5,285 yards
► Named 2016 Biletnikoff Award semifinalist
► Only player in FBS history with 300 catches, 5,000 yards and 50+ TDs
► Second all-time in FBS history with 52 career receiving TDs
► Consensus All-American
► Named Associated Press First-Team All-American
► Named FWAA First-Team All-American
► Named Phil Steele First-Team All-American
► Named USA Today All-American
► Named Sporting News All-American
► Named Sports Illustrated All-American
► Named Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Year
► Led FBS in 2016 with 19 TD receptions

COLLEGE

2016 - Senior
• Caught career-high 97 passes for 1,500 yards.
• Had 12 catches for WMU-record 272 yards and three TDs at Ball State (11/1).
• Only player in 2016 in FBS with four halves of at least 130 yards and one TD.
• Made No. 1 play of the day on Sportscenter with a one-handed catch vs. Northern Illinois. (10/8).
• Had five games of 100+ yards.
• Owns Mid-American career record for receptions (332), yards (5,285) and touchdowns (52).
• Had six games of 2 or more receiving touchdowns.
• Ranked seventh in FBS in 2016 with 1,500 yards..
• Ranked 13th in FBS in 2016 with 91 receptions.
• Caught seven or more passes in seven games.
• Named MAC POTW twice following games vs. Central Michigan and Ball State.
• Named Offensive Player of the Game in MAC Championship vs. Ohio (12/2).
• Caught career-high 13 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns vs. Buffalo (11/19).

2015 - Junior
• Named 2015 First-Team All-MAC.
• Finished 2015 fifth in the country and second in the MAC with his 1,436 receiving yards.
• Averaged 6.9 receptions per game in 2015, good for third in the league and 11th nationally.
• His 12 receiving TDs in 2015 was third in the league and 11th nationally.
• Ended the season with seven straight 100-yard games and nine for the year.
• Hauled in 10 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown against No. 4 Michigan State (9/4).
• Added six catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns against Murray State (9/19).
• Had six catches for 42 yards at No. 1 Ohio State (9/26).
• Brought in seven catches for 113 yards vs. Miami (OH) (10/24).
• Went over 3,000 career receiving yards at Eastern Michigan (10/29), having seven catches for 105 yards.
• Named MAC POTW for having seven catches for 163 yards and three touchdowns vs. Ball State (11/5).
• Had career-high 13 catches for 159 yards vs. Bowling Green (11/11).
• Caught seven balls for 123 yards including 72-yard catch for touchdown at Northern Illinois (11/18).
• Scored two receiving TDs on six catches for 139 yards at No. 24 Toledo, including 76-yard TD catch and run.
• In Popeyes Bahamas Bowl against Middle Tennessee, he had eight catches for 183 yards and an 80-yard touchdown (12/24).

2014 - Sophomore
• Named First Team All-MAC.
• Phil Steele All-MAC First Team.
• Finished with 78 receptions for 1,408 yards and 15 touchdowns.
• Was seventh in the nation and first in the MAC in receiving yards.
• His 15 touchdowns tied him for third-best in the nation.
• Went over 100 yards receiving in eight games.
• Recorded at least two touchdown receptions in three games.
• Ended the season with a touchdown reception in 10-straight games.
• Finished with nine receptions for career-best 212 yards and two touchdowns in win over Ohio and was named MAC West Offensive
Player of the Week (10/25).
• Also had nine receptions with 104 yards and two touchdowns in win at Central Michigan (11/22).
• Became first player in program history to catch more than one touchdown in a bowl game after eight receptions, 176 yards and three
touchdowns in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, also earning WMU’s MVP honors in the game (12/20).

2013- Freshman
• Set WMU freshman records for receiving yards (941), receptions (67) and 100-yd games (5).
• Named MAC Freshman of the Year.
• Earned Freshman All-America honors from FWAA and College Football News.
• Was Second Team All-MAC selection.
• Scored first career TD in collegiate debut at Michigan State (8/30).
• Had first career 100-yard receiving game vs. Nicholls (9/7).
• Scored on 75-yard pass play at Northwestern (9/14).
• Third career 100-yard receiving game came against BSU (10/19).
• Had first career 10-catch game for 154 yds and 2 TDs at UMass (10/26).
• Amassed 112 yds and a TD at Eastern Michigan (11/9).

HIGH SCHOOL
• Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com.
• Racked up 45 receptions as a senior.
• Totaled six receiving TDs in 2012.
• Scored three TDs on returns.
• Named all-conference and all-area in 2012.

PERSONAL
• Special education major.
• Brother, Titus, played at Central Michigan and signed by New York Jets.
• Born on Jan. 11, 1995.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
► All-time leading receiver in FBS history with 5,285 yards
► Named 2016 Biletnikoff Award semifinalist
► Only player in FBS history with 300 catches, 5,000 yards and 50+ TDs
► Second all-time in FBS history with 52 career receiving TDs
► Consensus All-American
► Named Associated Press First-Team All-American
► Named FWAA First-Team All-American
► Named Phil Steele First-Team All-American
► Named USA Today All-American
► Named Sporting News All-American
► Named Sports Illustrated All-American
► Named Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Year
► Led FBS in 2016 with 19 TD receptions

COLLEGE

2016 - Senior
• Caught career-high 97 passes for 1,500 yards.
• Had 12 catches for WMU-record 272 yards and three TDs at Ball State (11/1).
• Only player in 2016 in FBS with four halves of at least 130 yards and one TD.
• Made No. 1 play of the day on Sportscenter with a one-handed catch vs. Northern Illinois. (10/8).
• Had five games of 100+ yards.
• Owns Mid-American career record for receptions (332), yards (5,285) and touchdowns (52).
• Had six games of 2 or more receiving touchdowns.
• Ranked seventh in FBS in 2016 with 1,500 yards..
• Ranked 13th in FBS in 2016 with 91 receptions.
• Caught seven or more passes in seven games.
• Named MAC POTW twice following games vs. Central Michigan and Ball State.
• Named Offensive Player of the Game in MAC Championship vs. Ohio (12/2).
• Caught career-high 13 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns vs. Buffalo (11/19).

2015 - Junior
• Named 2015 First-Team All-MAC.
• Finished 2015 fifth in the country and second in the MAC with his 1,436 receiving yards.
• Averaged 6.9 receptions per game in 2015, good for third in the league and 11th nationally.
• His 12 receiving TDs in 2015 was third in the league and 11th nationally.
• Ended the season with seven straight 100-yard games and nine for the year.
• Hauled in 10 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown against No. 4 Michigan State (9/4).
• Added six catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns against Murray State (9/19).
• Had six catches for 42 yards at No. 1 Ohio State (9/26).
• Brought in seven catches for 113 yards vs. Miami (OH) (10/24).
• Went over 3,000 career receiving yards at Eastern Michigan (10/29), having seven catches for 105 yards.
• Named MAC POTW for having seven catches for 163 yards and three touchdowns vs. Ball State (11/5).
• Had career-high 13 catches for 159 yards vs. Bowling Green (11/11).
• Caught seven balls for 123 yards including 72-yard catch for touchdown at Northern Illinois (11/18).
• Scored two receiving TDs on six catches for 139 yards at No. 24 Toledo, including 76-yard TD catch and run.
• In Popeyes Bahamas Bowl against Middle Tennessee, he had eight catches for 183 yards and an 80-yard touchdown (12/24).

2014 - Sophomore
• Named First Team All-MAC.
• Phil Steele All-MAC First Team.
• Finished with 78 receptions for 1,408 yards and 15 touchdowns.
• Was seventh in the nation and first in the MAC in receiving yards.
• His 15 touchdowns tied him for third-best in the nation.
• Went over 100 yards receiving in eight games.
• Recorded at least two touchdown receptions in three games.
• Ended the season with a touchdown reception in 10-straight games.
• Finished with nine receptions for career-best 212 yards and two touchdowns in win over Ohio and was named MAC West Offensive
Player of the Week (10/25).
• Also had nine receptions with 104 yards and two touchdowns in win at Central Michigan (11/22).
• Became first player in program history to catch more than one touchdown in a bowl game after eight receptions, 176 yards and three
touchdowns in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, also earning WMU’s MVP honors in the game (12/20).

2013- Freshman
• Set WMU freshman records for receiving yards (941), receptions (67) and 100-yd games (5).
• Named MAC Freshman of the Year.
• Earned Freshman All-America honors from FWAA and College Football News.
• Was Second Team All-MAC selection.
• Scored first career TD in collegiate debut at Michigan State (8/30).
• Had first career 100-yard receiving game vs. Nicholls (9/7).
• Scored on 75-yard pass play at Northwestern (9/14).
• Third career 100-yard receiving game came against BSU (10/19).
• Had first career 10-catch game for 154 yds and 2 TDs at UMass (10/26).
• Amassed 112 yds and a TD at Eastern Michigan (11/9).

HIGH SCHOOL
• Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com.
• Racked up 45 receptions as a senior.
• Totaled six receiving TDs in 2012.
• Scored three TDs on returns.
• Named all-conference and all-area in 2012.

PERSONAL
• Special education major.
• Brother, Titus, played at Central Michigan and signed by New York Jets.
• Born on Jan. 11, 1995.

 

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