Talented wide receiver who is primed for a big sophomore year after an explosive true freshman campaign that saw him establish new UNC freshman records for receptions (61) and receiving yards (776) • Preseason third-team All-ACC selection by Phil Steele.
2013 - Sophomore Season
Continued his strong run of form with a season-high eight catches for 81 yards and a touchdown against Miami • Caught six balls for 94 yards and a score against Virginia Tech • Finished with five receptions for a season-high 111 yards and a touchdown against East Carolina • Also completed a 32-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Thorpe against the Pirates, his first career completion • Grabbed a pair of receptions for 36 yards at Georgia Tech • Caught a pair of passes and picked up his second touchdown of the season in the win over Middle Tennessee • Finished with four catches for 39 yards and a 4-yard touchdown in the season opener at No. 6 South Carolina.
2012 - Freshman Season
Named an honorable mention freshman All-America performer by CollegeFootballNews.com • Appeared in all 12 games and started the final 10 of the season at wide receiver • Racked up 61 catches for 776 yards as a true freshman, establishing school freshman records in both categories • His 61 catches were the second-highest total for a freshman in ACC history and his 776 yards were good for fourth-most all-time • Added five receiving touchdowns, including three in the final three weeks of the season • Caught at least one pass in every game • Had an incredible finish to his first year as a Tar Heel, going over 100 receiving yards in each of his final three games after emerging as quarterback Bryn Renner's primary target • Had nine catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns in the season finale against Maryland • His 50-yard scoring catch in the third quarter was his longest reception of the year • On the national stage of an ESPN Thursday night game at Virginia, had one of the greatest individual performances in program history with an ACC-record-tying 16 receptions for 178 yards • His 16 catches and 178 receiving yards were the most by a freshman at UNC, besting Octavus Barnes' nine catches in the 1994 Sun Bowl vs. Texas and Hakeem Nicks' 171 yards at Notre Dame in 2006 • Became just the second FBS receiver since 2000 to catch 16 balls in a game, joining Vanderbilt's Earl Bennett (16 vs. South Carolina in 2005) • Earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors for his performance at Virginia • His 25 catches over two games was one shy of the school record for catches in consecutive outings • Caught seven balls for 104 yards and a touchdown in the shootout loss to Georgia Tech • Had six receptions for 67 yards in the win over NC State • Caught five passes for 65 yards in the win over Virginia Tech • Hauled in his first two career touchdowns in the win over Idaho, a pair of 35-yarders • Finished the game against the Vandals with four catches for a then-season-high 89 yards • Had five receptions for 48 yards in the win over East Carolina • Caught four passes for 41 yards in the loss at Louisville • Had a 14-yard reception at Wake Forest • Recorded his first career reception in the season opener against Elon, an acrobatic catch after the ball was deflected by a defender.
Gaffney High School
Parade All-America • Also named to Rivals, MaxPreps, US Air Force and Sports Illustrated high school All-America teams • Named South Carolina's Gatorade Player of the Year • Member of South Carolina's Shrine Bowl team • Ranked the No. 2 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep • Caught 108 passes for 2,009 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior • Named a finalist for South Carolina's Mr. Football • Considered the No. 2 player in South Carolina and the No. 34 wide receiver in the country by Rivals.com • Member of the Rivals250 team • Helped lead Gaffney to a 13-1 record and an appearance in the state championship game as a senior • Listed by ESPN.com as the No. 51 wide receiver in the nation • Caught 94 passes for 1,481 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior • Coached by Dan Jones.
Son of Quinzetta Posey and James Davis • Born May 24, 1994.