2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about QUARTNEY DAVIS: Texas A&M, 6012 201 4.52. Junior entry, two-year starter, Houston, TX. Finished as the Aggies’ number two threat in both 2018 and 2019. After suffering a knee injury that caused him to redshirt in 2016, Davis eventually became the go-to slot target for an inconsistent passing game. He shows physical ability to get open underneath and there is plenty of tape to support the notion he can produce in traffic. At his size, he would be an oversized slot receiver that can be a weapon if he cleans up the inconsistencies with his hands and footwork. Strong plant-and-burst movement as a route runner and with the ball in his hands. Has a loose lower half that can turn while moving at his top speed. Shows the extra gear when it is needed in the open field. Goes after the ball hard with hands up and ready to catch, rarely letting it into his body. Shields defenders away from the ball. Will make the spectacular catch in traffic. Plays with urgency and a competitive fire. Inconsistent hands, will drop too many balls right at his numbers. Too much unnecessary footwork off the line that throws off timing of 3-step drop routes. Lets up a bit when approaching tacklers, doesn’t play through contact well. Inconsistent grit and hustle. 2019 stats: 54-616, 11.4 ypr, 4 TD. OSR:29/51. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 3/8, H-9 1/2, VJ-35.5, SS-DNP).