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  Losing slot receiver Avery Davis to his second ACL tear in nine months was a "huge blow" to Notre Dame's collective team psyche, not just its offense, coach Marcus Freeman said Saturday. A returning captain, Davis' 66 career receptions and eight touchdowns rivaled the total combined production from the returning receiver group of Braden Lenzy (50 catches/six touchdowns), Lorenzo Styles (24/1), Joe Wilkins Jr. (11/2), Deion Colzie (4/0) and Matt Salerno (1/0).

Freeman met Friday night with receivers coach Chansi Stuckey to discuss how Davis' snaps could be redistributed. Further meetings will be held with coordinators Tommy Rees (offense) and Al Golden (defense) as additional options are considered. One of those, Freeman agreed, would be to move reserve safety Xavier Watts back to offense. Signed as a three-star recruit from Omaha, Neb., where he posted 1,072 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior, Watts was rated among the top 75 receivers in the 2020 recruiting class. "Xavier Watts is having a really good camp," Freeman said, noting the starting safety role opposite Brandon Joseph remains an open competition. - South Bend Tribune

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