Davion Curtis Visits Texas

The Texas Longhorns had numerous prospects on campus as they hosted Kansas this past weekend. One of them, 2016 wide receiver Davion Curtis is committed to the University of Georgia.

Davion Curtis checks in at 5-foot-11, 175-pounds from Temple (Texas) Curtis has legitimate speed and is a vertical threat in the passing game.  Curtis and 2017 teammate defensive end Taquon Graham were in the stands this past weekend.


“It was a great experience, and the crowd was pumped and live,” Davion Curtis said.  “I didn’t get to see any of the recruits, but I saw Reggie Hemphill.  Taquon was with me but other than that, nobody.  I didn’t get to speak to the coaches because we thought we couldn’t talk to them after the game.  Whenever they ask me to come to another game or to visit, I will be there.”


Scout.com Take


Curtis is a versatile receiver prospect with good production playing against quality HS competition. Gets off quickly at the snap to beat DB's at the LOS. Dangerous vertical threat whose speed translates to special teams play. A bit small for outside WR, on the bigger side for the slot, capable of playing both roles, but more of a natural outside WR. A knack for gaining a lot of yards after the catch. Shows athleticism by winning jump balls in the red zone. -G. Brooks


Bio Blast


2014: As a junior, Curtis caught 44 passes for 996 yards and 13 touchdowns, averaging 22.6 yards per catch as he helped Temple to the Texas Class 5A Division I state title game. 

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