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  Former UCF receiver Gabriel Davis has spent the past three months in Southern California training for the upcoming NFL draft. Davis said being drafted would fulfill a lifelong dream. In the moments following UCF's blowout win over Marshall in the Gasparilla Bowl on Dec. 23, Gabriel Davis quietly slipped among the fans and well-wishers taking part in the postgame celebration on the field at Raymond James Stadium. As UCF players and coaches climbed aboard a makeshift stage to accept the game trophy, Davis watched from below. The junior receiver chose to skip playing in the game to begin preparation for the next chapter of his career: the NFL.

"It was weird," Davis said of watching his teammates celebrate the win. "The three years went by so fast that I've been playing with them on the field. So, watching them, all the guys that I've been playing with for years. It was a different experience." The Sanford native said the decision to skip the game wasn't a difficult one. "Everybody from the staff to the players, family, everybody supported my decision and I felt like it was the best decision to make," said Davis, who set the UCF single-season record with 1,241 yards in 2019. Hearing his name called would fulfill a lifelong dream for Davis. "It would mean the world. I work every day for this opportunity to show what I can do," he said. "I know there are a lot of guys that I'm competing against in this class, but I know whoever gets me is going to get a guy who is passionate, loves the game and competes every day. Just a guy that is going to work, who wants to be a Hall of Famer, a Super Bowl winner and one of the best. That's what they'll see every day out of me." - Orlando Sentinel

(DS#14 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Gabriel DavisCentral Florida
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