Connecticut receiver Geremy Davis worked out for New England Patriots coach Chad O’Shea on Friday, according to FOX Sports’ Ross Jones.
The Patriots were previously represented at the Huskies pro day last week, where the 6-foot-2, 216-pound Davis was one of the participants on hand.
Davis appeared in 47 games over his UConn career, accumulating 165 receptions for 2,292 yards and seven touchdowns.
His most prolific season arrived in 2013, when the then-junior caught 71 passes for 1,085 yards and three scores. But with the end of 2014, Davis finished his tenure in Storrs as the most productive wideout in the program’s FBS history.
He had a catch in 36 consecutive contests, dating back to his redshirt sophomore season in 2012.
Projected as a late-round draft pick later this month, Davis was invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in February, where he posted 23 reps on the bench, a 36.5-inch vertical jump and a 124-inch broad. The reliable target also recorded a 6.86 three-cone, a 4.18 short-shuttle and a 11.28 60-yard shuttle in Indianapolis.