Aaron Rodgers is getting another Cal wide receiver!
Trevor Davis, one of the Bears most consistent contributors, heads to the NFL after being picked by the Green Bay Packers. Trevor Davis arrived at Cal as a transfer from Hawaii and immediately became one of the Bears biggest downfield threats. Davis owned kickoff return duties as well as responsibilities as one of the many targets of Jared Goff throughout his time in Berkeley. Davis is one of Todd McShay's standouts as he felt he stood out the most when watching Jared's tape.
Studying tape on Cal QB Jared Goff right now and this WR No. 9 (Trevor Davis) keeps flashing. Quick to separate and quick after catch.— Todd McShay (@McShay13) January 31, 2016
Let's take a look at his senior year highlights:
"Davis played in 23 games with 11 starts during the final two seasons of his three campaigns at Cal after sitting out a 2013 redshirt campaign due to NCAA transfer rules following two seasons at Hawai'i in 2011-12. He finished his Cal career with 2,300 all-purpose yards including 1,071 yards receiving and seven touchdown catches on 64 receptions while he had 1,110 yards on 45 kick returns including two for touchdowns to tie a school record while his 24.7 kick return average is fifth in school history."
Congrats Trevor! Go Bears!