AUSTIN, TX Ð SEPTEMBER 3: Wide Receiver Mike Davis #1 of the Texas Longhorns makes a long reception past cornerback Phillip Gaines #15 of the Rice Owls on September 3, 2011 at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. The catch set up a Texas Longhorn touchdown. (Photo by Erich Schlegel/Getty Images)
Is Texas wideout Mike Davis thinking about transferring to Colorado?
According to Ralphie Report, a rumor out of Texas has it that Longhorns sophomore wide receiver Mike Davis is pondering a transfer to Colorado, where he would be reunited with wide receivers coach Bobby Kennedy, who held the same position at Texas until he moved to CU following the 2010 season.
Davis had 45 receptions for 609 yards and one touchdown for Texas this season. As a true freshman in 2010, he caught 47 passes for 478 yards and two scores. He likely would provide an immediate impact at Colorado should he end up there. Ralphie Report is excited at the prospect:
While Davis had somewhat of a down year this season, he is still a phenomenal talent that struggled largely due to the Longhorns' deficiencies at quarterback. The possibility of rejoining his former teammate and coach and teaming with Paul Richardson already has me daydreaming of a very dangerous passing attack in 2013.
It's very much conjecture at this stage, but something worth keeping an eye on.
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