2019 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about FELTON DAVIS III: Michigan State, 6034 211 4.60. Two year starter from Richmond, Virginia. An accomplished hurdler in high school. After a couple seasons of backup duty, he won the team’s Most Improved Player award after his third-team All Big-10 season in 2017, a year where 43 of his 55 catches went for a first down or touchdown. Got off to a nice start as a senior, further displaying his ability to win the 50/50 balls routinely with some sneaky long stride speed. However a torn Achilles in October ended his year early and is making him sit out the pre-draft process. If one only uses the tape, he is a draftable day three pick worth trying to develop. The tools and ball skills are there, but much will revolve around the recovery. Long, muscular but wiry frame that shows plenty of functional bend and mobility. Gets off the line well, capable of altering his approach play to play. Gets into his route assertively. Attacks the ball with his long arms. Will go directly to the ball aggressively. High points well. Wins more often than not in the 50/50 situations. Very space aware and can tiptoe his way around the boundaries. Top end speed and short area change of direction both leave something to be desired. 2018 stats: 31-474, 15.3 ypr, 4 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine, left Achilles. Seventh round/ PFA. (A-32 3/4, H-10 1/4, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).