Wide receiver Davion Curtis checks in at 5-foot-11, 180-pounds with blistering speed. The Temple (Texas) standout is a tremendous downfield threat, shows great quickness off the line of scrimmage and is electric with the ball in the open field.
Curtis reeled in offers from Georgia, Houston, Kansas State, Minnesota, Oregon State, Texas Tech, Texas and Wisconsin to name a few. The one-time Georgia Bulldog has decided to stay in-state and play for the Texas Longhorns.
Where The Class Stands
Davion Curtis joins offensive linemen Denzel Okafor, strongside defensive end Andrew Fitzgerald, weakside defensive end Malcolm Roach, corner Obi Eboh, tight end Peyton Aucoin, defensive tackle Gerald Wilbon, offensive linemen Tope Imade, quarterback Shane Buechele, linebacker Demarco Boyd, wide receiver Reggie Hemphill-Mapps and wide receiver Collin Johnson as part of the 2016 recruiting class.
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.
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