The Aggies suffered their second early NFL departure of the offseason, as wide receiver Quartney Davis announced he will forego his final year of eligibility. Davis has been at A&M for four years and has already graduated.
Thank You Texas A&M University! Gig’em pic.twitter.com/iCV75FmVna— Quartney Davis (@QuartneyDavis1) December 31, 2019
Davis was A&M’s second-leading receiver each of the past two seasons, totaling 99 receptions for 1,201 yards and 11 touchdowns in his Aggie career. While his veteran presence will no doubt be missed, the receiver position is one where A&M can afford to suffer some losses. Senior Jhamon Ausbon and Kendrick Rogers are (assumedly) returning, along with freshman Ainias Smith. These three may also be pushed for playing time by the likes of Jalen Preston, Caleb Chapman, Dylan Wright and incoming freshman Demond Demas.
Gig ‘em and good luck, Quartney.