BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — The Buffalo Bills have added another weapon for quarterback Josh Allen, selecting wide receiver Gabe Davis out of UCF in the 4th round of the NFL Draft.
"The Bills showed a lot of interest in me throughout the process and I'm happy to play for them," Davis told reporters shortly after being drafted. "They're a great organization, they showed me a lot of interest and I'm happy to be with a team that showed interest in the beginning and now they've picked me in the draft."
At 6'2" and 216-pounds, Davis adds some much-needed size to the Bills wide receiving corps and will have a chance to compete for that no. 4 spot alongside guys like Isaiah McKenzie, Robert Foster, and Duke Williams.
"We got a lot of great receivers on the team and there's a lot of competition," Davis said. "The receiving rooms seems like it's gonna be great and I can't wait for the next four years to see what I'll be doing for the Bills."
"The Bills showed a lot of interest in me throughout the process and I'm happy to play for them," Davis told reporters shortly after being drafted.
While with the Golden Knights, Davis started 37 of 38 games and finished with 152 catches for 2,447 yards and 23 touchdowns.
"I'm a big, physical receiver who can do it all," Davis said. "I can make big plays and I'm ready to go now."
The Bills have four more scheduled picks for Saturday.