Chris Davis
Chris  Davis


St. Petersburg, FL

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 180

Wide Receiver



Scouting Report:
Will play a major role as a leader this season as the only senior receiver... had the best spring of his career... needs to work on his concentration and consistency... has shown steady improvement over the years.

Played in all 11 games and started four contests (Boston College, NC State, Florida State and Duke)... made 15 catches for 199 yards and two touchdowns... had the fourth-most receptions and third-most receiving yards... his two receiving touchdowns were a team-high... rushed four times for 27 yards... made two catches against East Carolina for 43 yards and a touchdown, a 35-yard strike from Cory Randolph... had a career day against Boston College with seven receptions for 112 yards and a touchdown, a 53-yard grab on a wide receiver pass from Nate Morton... had one catch for three yards against NC State... had receptions in four straight games against Florida State, Duke, North Carolina and Miami.

Saw action in all 12 games, starting four contests... caught 19 passes for 249 yards and a touchdown... also had a rushing touchdown and collected 71 yards on 15 carries during the year... totaled 149 all-purpose yards in the season opener at Boston College... had four catches for a team-best 60 yards, including the 43-yard game-winning score in the fourth quarter... had three kickoff returns for 49 yards against Purdue... also caught one pass for three yards... caught three passes for 39 yards at Virginia... started in a four-receiver set against Georgia Tech, just his second career start... caught a nine-yard pass against the Yellow Jackets... recorded 21 yards on three carries at Florida State, including a three-yard TD run late in the fourth quarter... ran the ball once (4 yards) and caught a 13-yard pass against Clemson... set a new career-high with 74 yards receiving on three receptions at North Carolina... caught a 52-yard pass from Cory Randolph in the fourth quarter... also rushed three times for four yards against the Tar Heels... was WFU's leading receiver with four catches for 45 yards versus Maryland... also rushed four times for 30 yards against the Terps.

One of just three true freshmen to play for the Deacons... saw limited action as a reserve wide receiver and kick returner... played in all 13 games... finished the season with 220 all-purpose yards -- five carries for nine yards, five catches for 53 yards and 10 kickoff returns for 158 yards... made his collegiate debut at Northern Illinois, returning three kickoffs for a 13.0 average... returned one kickoff versus ECU for 16 yards... was impressive in his ACC debut at NC State, returning five kickoffs for 99 yards (19.8 average) and recording his first reception for eight yards... had one kickoff return for four yards at Purdue... caught one pass for 14 yards at Georgia Tech... had a season-best receiving day against Florida State with three catches for 31 yards... carried the ball once for four yards versus Oregon in the Seattle Bowl.

A multi-sport letterwinner out of Gibbs HS, earning three letters each in football and basketball in addition to four track and field letters... caught 39 passes as a senior for 789 yards and 11 touchdowns... returned two punts for touchdowns... served as team captain... earned all-conference and all-area honors... coached by Alvin Davis... a two-way player in the Pinellas County All-Star game... a speedy player who runs a 10.53 100 meters and a 21.6 200 meters... went to the state championships in the 4x100m as a junior... appeared on the honor roll... named to the all-academic team.

Majoring in sociology... born December 1, 1983 in Atlanta, Ga.... son of Dale Jackson and Annette and Barry Brown... has nine siblings - Ibn, Dominique, A'sha, Brianna, Teyia, twins Denise and Denisha, Barry and Bryce... cousin, Shaun King, was a quarterback at Tulane and is with the Arizona Cardinals... another cousin, Cedric King, plays football at South Florida... chose Wake Forest because of "the opportunities to succeed both on and off the field."

Career Statistics - Receiving

	G-GS	Rec	Yds	Avg	TD	Lg
2002	13-0	5	53	10.6	0	17
2003	12-4	19	249	13.1	1	52
2004	11-4	15	199	13.3	2	53
	36-8	39	501	12.8	3	53
Receptions: 7 vs. Boston College, 9/25/04 Receiving Yards: 112 vs. Boston College, 9/25/04

Career Statistics - Rushing

	G-GS	Car	Yds	Avg	TD	Lg
2002	13-0	5	9	1.8	0	11
2003	12-4	15	71	4.7	1	23
2004	11-4	4	27	6.8	0	18
	36-8	24	107	4.5	1	23
Carries: 4 vs. Maryland, 11/29/03 Rushing Yards: 30 vs. Maryland, 11/29/03

Career Statistics - Kick Returns

	Ret	Yds	Avg	TD	Lg
2002	10	158	15.8	0	27
2003	8	144	18.0	0	32
2004	0	0	0.0	0	0
	18	302	16.8	0	32
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