Wide Receiver
207 lbs.
New Orleans, La.
High School
O.P. Walker HS

2007 Selected In First Round (30th pick) of NFL Draft by San Diego Chargers
2006 Second-Team All-SEC – Return Specialist (SEC Coaches)

Became the fourth first round pick for LSU in the 2007 NFL Draft, setting a school record for most first round selections … Taken with the 30th overall pick by San Diego … Played in 41 games in his career, starting 27 times, including 12 games as a senior in 2006 … Finished with 141 receptions for 2,107 yards and seven touchdowns … His 141 receptions ranks as the seventh-highest total in school history, as does his 2,107 yards … Is one of just seven Tigers in school history to reach the 2,000 yards receiving plateau … Stepped in to return punts for the first time in his career as a senior … Selected to play in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.

Doubled as a reciever and punt returner for the Tigers … Considered to have the best hands on the team … LSU’s “go-to” guy on third down situations … Rarely dropped a pass … Emerged as LSU’s punt return man against Kentucky and held the job the remainder of the year … Teamed with Dwayne Bowe and Early Doucet to form one of the nation’s premier receiving corps …  Finished year with 56 catches for 834 yards and four scores … Ranked seventh in the SEC in receptions per game (4.67) and eighth in receiving yards per game (69.7) … Capped career with four catches for 50 yards against Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl … Against Mississippi State, recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game, pulling in six catches for a 101 yards and a touchdown … Also had touchdowns in the Tigers’ victories over Tennessee and Fresno State … Caught a career-high eight passes for 85 yards against Florida … Also a standout on the Tigers’ punt return unit, he averaged a team-high 12.9 yards per return … Returned his first career punt for a touchdown against Fresno State going 77 yards for the score.

Played in 11 games with five starts during the regular season … Ranked third on squad with 35 receptions for 559 yards and 2 TDs … Capped season with biggest game of career to date, hauling in 5 passes for a career-high 99 yards and 1 score in the win over Miami in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl … Scored on a 51-yard pass from Matt Flynn in the second quarter to put the Tigers up for good at 10-3 … Other TD reception came from JaMarcus Russell against Ole Miss … Caught 4 passes of 40-yards or better, including a 47-yarder against Tennessee and 41-yard receptions in consecutive games against Auburn and North Texas … Tied a season-high with 5 receptions for 97 yards in win over North Texas … Missed games against Mississippi State and Florida.  

Sure-handed receiver who had at least 1 catch in all 12 games … Played in 12 games with eight starts … LSU’s leading receiver with 43 catches for 659 yards and 1 TD … Ranked eighth in the SEC in both receptions per game (3.58) and yards receiving per game (54.9) … Capped sophomore season with 2 catches for 12 yards against Iowa in the Capital One Bowl … Caught a career-best 7 passes for 81 yards in win over Troy … Had first career TD reception on a 34-yard pass against Vanderbilt … Had 93 yards receiving on 5 catches against Mississippi State.

Talented true freshman that added quality depth to an already loaded wide receiver corps for the Tigers … Played in nine games … Caught 7 passes for 63 yards … Had a season-long catch of 17 yards vs. Louisiana Tech … Caught 5 passes for 42 yards in win over Louisiana Tech … Slowed early in the season by an elbow injury … Finished year with 114 total snaps, all coming on offense. 

Rated the No. 1 wide receiver in the state and a national blue chipper … Caught 82 passes for 1,171 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior, leading the Chargers to the 4A state championship game … Named an All-American by SuperPrep … Ranked the No. 12 wide receiver in the country by Rivals.com … Member of the Orlando Sentinel All-Southern Team, The Times-Picayune’s Top 25 Blue-Chip list and The Shreveport Times’ Top 20 … Very versatile as he also saw action as his team’s punter, placekicker and quarterback as a senior … Rushed for 93 yards and passed for 483 yards in 2002 … As a junior, caught 46 passes, 15 of those for touchdowns … Served as the backup quarterback for the 4A runner-up … Coached by Frank Wilson.

Real name is Craig, but goes by Buster … Born Oct. 2, 1985, in New Orleans … Parents are Craig Davis, Sr., and Sanedra Berry … Has three siblings, Brandon Davis, Taylor Davis and Toddra Jackson … Majoring in communication studies.

Receptions: 8 vs. Florida  Receptions: 8 vs. Florida, 2006
Yards: 101 vs. Mississippi St. Yards: 101 vs. Mississippi St., 2006
Touchdowns: 1 four times Touchdowns: 1 seven times
Long: 47 vs. Arkansas  Long: 51 vs. Miami, 2005

Davis’ Career Receiving Stats
Year G-GS Rec. Yds. TD LG
2003 9-0 7 63 0 17
2004 12-8 43 649 1 42
2005 11-5 35 559 2 51
2006 12-12 56 836 4 47
Totals 44-25 141 2,107 7 51


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