2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about COREY DAVIS: Western Michigan, 6026 209 4.45. Four-year starter from Wheaton, IL. Dynamic playmaker who has elite body control when making difficult catches. An exceptional and fluid route runner who is smooth in all of his movements. Possesses balance and burst out of breaks on routes to create good separation. Special football instincts and savvy to get himself open in all three levels of the field. Possesses long speed and acceleration to run away from defenders. Strong competitor. Very difficult to bring down in the open field. Has a knack to spin and fight through arm tackles for additional yardage. Threat to score every time the ball in his hands. Hand catcher that plucks the ball out of the air. Very quick off his feet when attacking the ball. Tracks the ball well down the field and has the necessary strength to fight with the corner and win 50/50 balls. Has the size to be a factor in the run blocking game. Good arm length for the position. Top end speed is unknown. Will have focus drops at times. Doesn’t have great quickness out of breaks on shorter underneath routes. Needs to run consistent crisp medium level routes. Will round off breaks when working the middle of the field occasionally. Has to do a better job bursting off the line of scrimmage to push corner vertically. Finished his storied career as the all-time leader in the country in career receiving yards (5,285). He was incredibly consistent and dynamic during his time at Western Michigan. Has the ability to instantly come in and contribute to an NFL offense. Lacks elite top end speed that he makes up for with rare football instincts, timing, and competitive nature. First round prospect who has good upside to his career. 2016 stats: 97-1500, 15.5 ypr, 19 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine, ankle injury. First round. (A-33, H-9 1/8, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).