UCF wide receiver Gabriel Davis drafted by Buffalo Bills in 4th round

UCF wide receiver Gabriel Davis drafted by Buffalo Bills in 4th round

ORLANDO, Fla. — University of Central Florida wide receiver Gabriel Davis was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the fourth round.

Davis brings a promising college production in the end zone to prospective teams, reeling in 23 touchdowns during his college career.

The 6 foot, 3 inch Sanford native was projected by draft experts to be selected in the second or third round in a historically deep draft at the position. Scouts seem to be excited about the big-bodied Davis and Davis even trained with UCF legend Brandon Marshall during a special for the NFL Network.

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Channel 9′s Christian Bruey said Davis “went a little later than most expected, but he joins a young talented team and should have a chance to play right away."

“I’m excited to be a part of the family. (I’m) Ready to get to work. (I’m) Ready to have a great season, great year," Davis said in a video.