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Chris Davis


Height: 5-11

Weight: 235

Position: FB

College: Syracuse

Drafted: Pick 30 of the 5th round by Seattle
Analysis
Positives: Muscular athlete with above average quickness and balance...Shows good straight-line acceleration and burst through the holes...Hits the holes hard and shows good vision to elude tacklers up field...Gives solid effort as a blocker, exploding through the holes when leading for the tailbacks...Also effective making the cut blocks working in space and can be dominating sealing defenders off at the point of attack.
Negatives: Has inconsistent work habits...Not a "team" player earlier in his career, but became more compliant later on...Lacks the top-end speed to be consistent as a runner on the perimeter...Rarely used in passing situations and does not show the natural hands needed to pluck and snatch away from the body's frame...Lacks awareness picking up the blitz, looking unsure of who he should block...Gets taken off his feet too much as a lead blocker, causing the rushing lanes to clog...More of a high contact and push-type blocker, who despite his size, does not appear natural playing the fullback role...Needs reps and special attention in order to digest plays.
Career Notes
Well-built athlete who began his career as a tailback before shifting to fullback in his sophomore year...Was supposed to be the team's featured back in 2002, but was relegated to blocking duties...Finished his career with 202 yards and seven touchdowns on 73 carries (2.8 avg) and nine receptions for 53 yards (5.9 avg).
2002 Season

Played in every game, starting nine contests at fullback...Carried 31 times for 85 yards (2.7 avg) and a touchdown...Caught five passes for 35 yards (7.0 avg) and recorded a pair of solo tackles.


Brigham Young...Rushed twice for 13 yards and opened a rush lane used by tailback Damien Rhodes for a 5-yard touchdown run.
Rhode Island...Had a 10-yard reception, 4 runs for 12 yards and a key upfield block to spring tailback Walter Reyes for a 46-yard scoring

scamper.
West Virginia...Scored the team's only points on a 2-yard touchdown run.


Rutgers...Led the way on a 5-yard scoring run by Rhodes, adding 19 yards on 5 rushes and 13 yards on a catch.
Virginia Tech...Gained 13 yards on 5 attempts and cut blocked cornerback Ronyell Whitaker on a 6-yard scoring run by tailback Walter Reyes.
Boston College...Added 15 yards on 3 carries.
2001 Season

Played in every game as a fullback and also saw action on the punt and kickoff coverage units...Gained 28 yards on 12 carries (2.3 avg) with three touchdowns...Recorded 3 tackles (2 solos) on special teams.


Central Florida...Scored on a 1-yard plunge.
East Carolina...Rushed 4 times for 19 yards and a 5-yard touchdown.
Temple...Went over the top for a 1-yard score, but suffered a neck stinger on the play.
West Virginia...Missed most of the game with a right hamstring strain.
Kansas State (Insight.com Bowl)...Gained 11 yards on a pair of carries.
2000 Season

Played in every game, starting six contests...Carried 26 times for 86 yards (3.3 avg) and three touchdowns...Made three catches for 21 yards (7.0 avg)...Member of the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll.


Preseason...Suffered a right ankle lateral sprain in fall drills.
Buffalo...Rushed 4 times for 24 yards with touchdowns of 1, 2 & 20 yards.
East Carolina...Had 6 runs for 25 yards and a 9-yard reception.
Pittsburgh...Added 14 yards on 5 attempts.
Temple...Left the game after suffering a concussion.
1999 Season

Reserve tailback, seeing action in two games...Finished with 31 yards on four carries (7.8 avg).


1998 Season

Granted a medical redshirt...Suffered torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments in his right knee in an early September scrimmage that reqired reconstructive surgery.


Injury Report
Suffered a fractured left tibia as a sophomore in high school...Sat out the 1998 season with torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments in his right knee (hurt on 9/8 and operated on 9/25)...Suffered a right ankle lateral sprain during 2000 fall drills (8/17)...Left the 2000 Temple game with a concussion...Suffered neck stingers in the 2001 Temple contest...Left the 2001 West Virginia clash with a right hamstring strain.
Campus Agility Tests
4.49 in the 40-yard dash...430-pound bench press...560-pound squat...352-pound power clean...37.5-inch vertical jump...31 3/8-inch arm length...8 3/4-inch hands...Right-handed...16/20 Wonderlic score.
COMBINE AGILITY TESTS
ARM HAND TEST 40 20 10 225 VJ BJ SHUTTLE CONE

30 1/4 8 7/8 14 4.56 2.65 1.59 21 38 1/2 9'8" 4.37 7.25


High School
Attended Hillsborough (Tampa, Fla.) High...Super Prep and Tom Lemming All-Regional selection... First-team All-Area, All-County and All-District choice...Scored 14 touchdowns while serving as team captain as a senior...hree-year football letter-winner...From the same high school as former SU standout and retired Detroit Lions cornerback Kevin Abrams and current SU teammate Cedric Edmonds.
Personal
Sociology major...Son of Catalina Davis...Born Christopher Michael Davis on 11/08/79 in Tampa, Florida.
RUSHING STATISTICS
YEAR GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG GM/AVG

1999 02 00 4 31 7.8 0 19 15.50

2000 11 06 26 86 3.3 3 20 8.82

2001 12 00 12 28 2.3 3 8 2.33

2002 12 09 31 85 2.7 1 10 2.58

TOTAL 37 15 73 202 2.8 7 20 5.46


RECEIVING STATISTICS SPECIAL TEAM TACKLES

YEAR NO YARDS AVG TD LONG TK SO AS FR FC

2000 3 21 7.0 0 9 2 1 1 0 0

2001 1 -3 -3.0 0 -3 3 2 1 0 0

2002 5 35 7.0 0 13 2 2 0 0 0

TOTAL 9 53 5.9 0 13 7 5 2 0 0


Doug Gabriel


Height: 6-2

Weight: 213

Position: WR

College: Central Florida

Drafted: Pick 32 of the 5th round by Oakland
Analysis
Positives: Tall, lean and muscular, with good acceleration on deep routes...Can easily track the ball in flight, twisting his body to adjust to the ball at its high point...Comes off the snap with arms extended to defeat the jam and uses his strong leg drive to break arm tackles after the catch...Has excellent jumping ability and will generally win all battles with the cornerback to get to the ball...More quick than fast, but knows how to set up his moves to con the defender and shows excellent open field elusiveness...Has the speed to consistently separate on vertical routes...Good stalker who delivers crunching crack blocks for the rushing game...Works well with the quarterback, sensing pressure to come back for the under-thrown ball...Patiently waits for blocks to develop as a kickoff returner and has the sudden moves and hip swerve to make the initial tackler miss...Effective at picking up the blitz in pass protection...Good worker in the weight room with the leg drive to drag tacklers for additional yardage.
Negatives: More of a vertical threat, as he does not run precise underneath routes (rounds his cuts and takes false steps)...Can separate from the defenders with his short area quickness, but lacks top end speed to blow past the cornerback on his release...Has a good work ethic, but needs to stay more focused when not involved in the play (loses sight of the ball)...Must wait until he has the ball properly secured before heading up field (tendency to fumble) and must concentrate on the ball better (drops the easy passes by attempting to run before having the ball tight in his hands)...Must do a better job of sinking his hips when working on crossing patterns and curls (too rigid in his stance).
Career Notes
Junior College standout at Mississippi Gulf Coast College, who turned down an offer to play defensive back at Florida State in order to pursue a career as a receiver...Originally signed with the University of Miami coming out of high school...Made an instant impact upon his arrival at Central Florida, finishing his career with 97 receptions for 1869 yards (19.3 avg) and 20 touchdowns, adding 52 yards and a score on seven reverses (7.4 avg) and 795 yards on 37 kickoff returns (21.5 avg)...His 1869 yards receiving rank ninth on the school's career-record list while his 20 scoring grabs rank fifth...His average of 19.3 yards per catch is topped only by Bernard Ford (19.3 avg, 1984-87) in UCF annals...His 795 yards on kickoff returns places him sixth on the school's all-time record chart while his 2716 all-purpose yards rank ninth.
2002 Season

All-American Dream Team third-team and All-Mid American Conference first-team choice by The NFL Draft Report, adding second-team All-MAC honors from the league's coaches...Started every game, catching a team-high 75 passes for a school season-record 1237 yards (16.5 avg), including eleven touchdowns...His 75 grabs rank seventh on UCF's season-record chart while his eleven scoring catches rank sixth...His 1237 yards broke the old Golden Knights record of 1180 yards by Bernard Ford in 1987...Added 52 yards and a score on seven carries (7.4 avg)...Returned 31 kickoffs for 632 yards (20.4 avg)...His 632 yards rank sixth on UCF's season-record list...Gained 1921 all-purpose yards (160.1 ypg), breaking the old school season-record of 1627 yards by Ford in 1987.


Penn State...Made up for fumbling the ball early in the game by snatching 11 passes for 153 yards and returning a kickoff 27 yards...His eleven grabs rank eighth on the school's game-record list.
Arizona State...Totaled 116 yards on 5 catches with an 80-yard score and returned 3 kickoffs for 66 yards, but turned the ball over on a fumble...His 80-yarder was the fourth-longest reception in school history.
Marshall...Made 3 catches for 52 yards, returned 3 kickoffs for 61 yards and gained 9 yards on a reverse.
Liberty...Snatched 6 passes for 140 yards with touchdowns of 6 & 68 yards, adding 15 yards on 2 kickoff returns.
Western Michigan...Gained 104 yards on 7 catches with a 12-yard score, ran for a 12-yard gain and returned 6 kickoffs for 122 yards...His 238 all-purpose yards rank eighth on the school's game-record list.
Toledo...Turned the ball over on a fumble as he returned 2 kickoffs for 48 yards and had 5 receptions for 48 yards.
Syracuse...Collected a school game-record 324 all-purpose yards, as he hauled in 12 passes for 206 yards, returned 5 kickoffs for 117 yards and scored on a 1-yard reverse...His 324 yards broke the previous UCF record of 311 by Ted Walton vs. Eastern Kentucky in 1984.
Buffalo...Made a pair of solo tackles on special teams and gained 53 yards on 3 catches with a 28-yard touchdown.
Kent State...Had 6 receptions for 62 yards, including an 8-yard touchdown and returned 2 kickoffs for 78 yards.
Miami (Oh.)...Fumbled the ball on a 10-yard kickoff return, but grabbed 7 passes for 95 yards and a 22-yard touchdown, adding 24 yards on a pair of reverses.
Ohio University...Closed out his career with 7 catches for 179 yards and touchdowns of 24, 35, 34 & 50 yards, adding 40 yards on 2 kickoff returns...His four scoring catches tied the school game-record, first set by Bernard Ford vs. Northwest Missouri in 1987 and matched by David Rhodes vs. Liberty in 1993.
2001 Season

Played in ten games, starting six contests at split end in his first year with the Golden Knights...Finished fourth on the team with 22 receptions for 632 yards (28.7 avg) and nine touchdowns...His 28.7-yard average topped the old school season-record of 21.8 yards by Bernard Ford in 1986 (30 catches, 653 yards).


Syracuse...Scored his first touchdown as a Golden Knight on a 56-yard reception.
Tulane...In his first start for UCF, he grabbed 3 passes for 89 yards and a 24-yard score.
Virginia Tech...Set up a score with a 71-yard catch.
Alabama-Birmingham...Made 3 catches for 90 yards and a 64-yard touchdown.
Liberty...Had scoring grabs of 83 & 26 yards, finishing with 124 yards on 3 receptions...His 83-yarder was the second-longest catch in school history, topped only by Bernard Ford's 87-yard reception vs. Northwest Missouri in 1987.
Louisiana-Monroe...Followed with 7 catches for 142 yards, including 25 & 16-yard touchdowns.
Utah State...Left early in the first quarter with sprained right ankle (later diagnosed as a fibula fracture), missing the Akron contest while seeing only brief action in the Arkansas clash.
Louisiana-Lafayette...Finished the season with scoring catches of 17 & 24 yards.
Junior College
Set school records for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community Collegefor touchdowns (17) and points (104) in 2000, accounting for 1206 all-purpose yards...Named All-Region and was the South Division Offensive MVP...Selected as the Offensive MVP in the Mississippi Junior College All-Star game and was named second-team All-American by JC Gridwire...Originally signed with Miami before attending Gulf Coast College.
Injury Report
Suffered a right ankle sprain and fibula fracture vs. Utah State in 2001, missing the entire Akron game while seeing limited action vs. Arkansas.
Campus Agility Tests
4.54 in the 40-yard dash...35-inch vertical jump...33-inch arm length...9 1/8-inch hands...Right-handed...10/47 Wonderlic score.
COMBINE AGILITY TESTS
ARM HAND TEST 40 20 10 VJ BJ SHUTTLE CONE

32 1/2 9 7/8 12 4.54 2.7 1.62 35 1/2 9'8" 4.16 7.05


High School
Attended Dr. Phillips (Orlando, Fla.) High...Played football for coach Bill Gierke...Caught 31 passes for 16 touchdowns and averaged better than 25 yards per catch as a senior, earning All-State and All-Conference honors...Returned two kicks and two punts for touchdown.
Personal
Business major...Born 8/27/80 in Miami, Florida...Resides in Orlando, Florida.
RECEIVING STATISTICS
YEAR GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/PG GM/AVG

2001 10 06 22 632 28.7 9 83 2.20 63.20

2002 12 12 75 1237 16.5 11 80 6.25 103.08

TOTAL 22 18 97 1869 19.3 20 83 4.41 84.95


KICKOFF RETURNS RUSHING STATISTICS

YEAR NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG

2001 6 163 27.2 0 45

2002 31 632 20.4 0 41 7 52 7.4 1 17

2002 31 632 20.4 0 41 7 52 7.4 1 17


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