Last year, Davis was named the MAC Offensive Player of the Year. You could hear crickets in the background.
Western Michigan receiver Corey Davis will likely be picked in the first round.
The first round of the National Football League draft had players from Temple and Western Michigan off the board before players from Alabama. The competition he has faced is not the same.
The Titans tripled their win total in their first season under Robinson, who was a guest Wednesday on "Press Row" on Chattanooga's ESPN 105.1 FM. His ball skills and route-running could make him a starting wide receiver.
Former Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and now NFL Network analyst, Steve Smith Sr., doesn't think there's a wrong answer between any of the three.
Coming to Tennessee and joining Davis, Rishard Matthews and Tajae Sharpe, Taylor figures to see a lot of work in the slot.
"That's why I stayed, to get bigger and stronger so I could put myself in position like this", said Davis of putting on 15 pounds last spring to prepare for his senior year, then responding with 97 receptions for 1,500 yards and 19 TDs to become an All-American. The two have been following each other on Twitter for a while - Davis is pretty amusing, Jackson said - and met at the NFL Combine, before eventually becoming teammates in the green room Friday night.
Moyes should not be tasked with Sunderland promotion push
This season at the Stadium of light Sunderland have won 3, drawn 5 and lost 9. It might not be mathematically confirmed just yet but they are gone.
This is a good move by Davis' camp, as he was unable to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine or his pro day following his January procedure. The Titans also have the 18th pick.
"Even like the smaller challenges like making the first cut and things like that, I'm ready for that".
Robinson has shown a knack for evaluating talent since he took over as GM following the 2015 season. Team officials said earlier this week that Kevin Dodd, a second-round pick last season, still is feeling pain from the foot that bothered him much of his rookie season and required another surgery.
Hold on to your hat.
In his career, he had 139 tackles, 29 deflections and 6 interceptions (with a TD) while also scoring 8 touchdowns as a punt and kick returner (4 punts and 4 kickoffs, including a school record-tying pair of 100-yard kick runbacks) and getting 6 TDs as a wideout.
He seems to possess the qualities Robinson and Coach Mike Mularkey want. When Robinson did delve into the power conferences, he went to the Pac-12 three times and once to the Big 12.
The Titans don't have a second-round pick, though they do have two third-round selections.