01/03/2013 - Three senior members of the University of Iowa football program have been invited to compete in the East West Shrine Game. Center James Ferentz, wide receiver Keenan Davis and defensive back Micah Hyde will participate in the all-star contest. The East West Shrine Game will be played Saturday, Jan. 19, at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Game time is 3 p.m. CT, and the contest will be televised by the NFL Network.
Davis (6-3, 215) is a Cedar Rapids, Iowa, native who ended his Iowa career with 112 receptions for 1,470 yards and seven touchdowns. He is tied for 14th in career receptions and ranks 19th in receiving yards. He totaled 47 receptions for 571 yards and a touchdown in 2012. - Iowa football
09/11/2012 - WR Keenan Davis caught four passes for 75 yards and thought he had scored a fourth-quarter touchdown that could have been a winner vs. Iowa State. Review showed he stepped out on the 3 and the TD was erased. - The Sports Xchange
08/15/2012 - IOWA BREAKOUT STAR: WR Keenan Davis caught 50 passes as a junior but was prone to sloppy route running and cases of the dropsies. With record-setting star Marvin McNutt out of eligibility, there is plenty of room for Davis to develop into an 80-catch receiver. How quickly Davis catches on to the schemes of new offensive coordinator Greg Davis will determine how much improvement he can make. - The Sports Xchange
08/02/2012 - Top-five Iowa prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: 2. WR Keenan Davis...Although he was a top recruit out of high school four years ago, Davis has been forced to play in the shadow of several record-setting receivers to go through Iowa City. However with Marvin McNutt now in the NFL, Davis is the expected No. 1 target on the Hawkeyes' offense and NFL scouts have high expectations for the senior. A four-star wideout out of high school in Iowa, Davis was far from a lock to become a Hawkeye with offers from other top programs like Oklahoma, Nebraska and Wisconsin. However, the Cedar Rapids product decided to stay close to home. Despite playing in all 26 games over his first two collegiate seasons, Davis combined for just 15 catches as a freshman and sophomore. He had his best season last year as a junior (12 starts) and recorded 50 catches for 713 catches and four scores, finishing second on the team behind McNutt. Davis is a good-sized athlete with excellent length and body control to make acrobatic catches and snag passes away from his frame. He is usually sure-handed with good focus and toughness to make plays in traffic while taking the big hit. Davis needs to improve his quickness in-and-out of his breaks to sharpen his routes and overall consistency separating in coverage. Although it took until his senior year, Davis is finally the No. 1 target in Iowa City and should be one of the most productive receivers in the conference and possible mid-round draft pick. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com