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Talented tight end had a breakout season his senior campaign . . . four-year letterman appeared in 43 career games, including 22 starting assignments . . . had 60 career receptions for 789 yards (13.1 avg.) and nine TDs . . . fifth-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears (No. 158 overall) . . . AS A SENIOR: Consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten selection . . . also played on the field goal/PAT unit on special teams and on the defensive line . . . first player to pull triple duty since Mark Goebel in 2003 . . . third on the team with 32 catches for 513 yards in 2007 . . . both of those marks represented career highs . . . had a career-best six TDs iu 2007 . . . caught at least one pass in 15 consecutive games to close his career . . . on defense, he had two sacks, 2.5 tackles for losses and six tackles . . . caught two passes for 44 yards vs. UAB, including a 25-yard grab . . . also saw action for the first time in his career as a defensive end and recorded two tackles and one sack for seven yards . . . played a total of 57 snaps (41 on offense; seven on defense; nine on special teams) . . . caught three passes for 23 yards vs. Bowling Green, including a 7-yard TD grab . . . recorded a sack for the second-straight game with a 5-yard loss in the third quarter . . . played a total of 81 snaps (67 on offense; nine on defense; five on special teams) . . . had 38 receiving yards on two receptions vs. Pitt, including a 32-yarder on the last play of the first quarter, marking the longest catch of his career . . . played a total of 88 snaps (71 on offense; 13 on defense; four on special teams) . . . had a career-best two TD receptions for 33 yards at Notre Dame . . . caught a 3-yard TD pass in the second quarter to give MSU a 14-7 lead . . . on fourth-and-2 late in the third quarter, he caught a 30-yard TD pass from Brian Hoyer, extending MSU's lead to 31-14 . . . also had a tackle, a half tackle for loss and a QB hurry . . . played a total of 92 snaps (74 on offense; 11 on defense; seven on special teams) . . . caught two passes for 34 yards at Wisconsin, including a 26-yard reception . . . played a total of 82 snaps (67 on offense; eight on defense; seven on special teams) . . . caught one pass for 16 yards vs. Northwestern . . . played a total of 75 snaps (60 on offense; nine on defense; six on special teams) . . . one catch for 25 yards vs. Indiana . . . also had a career-long 24-yard rush on a reverse . . . played a total of 74 snaps (66 on offense; eight on special teams) . . . one catch for 19 yards at Ohio State . . . three catches for 43 yards at Iowa, including a 21-yard reception . . . caught a season-high four passes for 47 yards vs. Michigan . . . caught a 5-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter to give MSU a 21-14 lead . . . also recorded a tackle playing defensive end . . . caught three passes for 47 yards vs. Purdue, including a 2-yard TD reception in the second quarter . . . also caught a 26-yard pass in the second quarter . . . recorded a career-high 106 receiving yards on four catches vs. Penn State, marking his first 100-yard receiving game . . . caught four passes for 38 yards in the Champs Sports Bowl vs. Boston College, including an 18-yard TD in the first quarter . . . AS A JUNIOR:
Saw action in eight games, including six starts at tight end (vs. Idaho, Eastern Michigan, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Minnesota and
Penn State) . . . served a four-game suspension during the middle of the season (DNP vs. Michigan, Ohio State, Northwestern and Indiana) . . . had 12 catches
for 125 yards (10.4 avg.) and one touchdown . . . caught at least one pass in five games . . . set career highs for receptions (6) and receiving yards (61) in the season finale at Penn State . . . his 28-yard grab from Brian Hoyer set up Brett Swenson's 29-yard field goal as MSU built a 13-7 halftime lead against the Nittany Lions . . . had two catches each vs. Eastern Michigan (24 yards) and
Illinois (22) . . . his only TD reception came on a 2-yard toss from Drew Stanton late in the second quarter at Pittsburgh that tied the game at 10 . . . AS A
Appeared in all 11 games in 2005, including four starting assignments at tight end (vs. Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Minnesota) . . .
had 15 receptions for 122 yards (8.1 avg.) and two touchdowns . . . caught at least one pass in seven games . . . had two receptions for 28 yards and scored
on a two-point pass from Drew Stanton vs. Indiana . . . had four catches for 25 yards vs. Northwestern . . . caught three passes for 9 yards vs. Illinois, including
a 2-yard TD grab from Stanton in the third quarter . . . pulled down an 11-yard scoring pass from Stanton late in the first quarter vs. Notre Dame . . . tallied 16
production points on special teams . . . credited with three solo tackles in 2005, including two stops vs. Kent State . . . AS A FRESHMAN:
Saw action in 11 of 12 games as a true freshman in 2004 (DNP vs. Rutgers), working primarily on special teams . . . compiled 44 production points on special teams, including two solo tackles . . . made solo stops vs. Illinois and Wisconsin . . . his 29-yard
reception from Drew Stanton in the first quarter vs. Illinois set up MSU's second TD . . . HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:
Prep Football Report and SuperPrep All-American . . . ranked among the nation's top 10 tight ends by ESPN.com's Tom Lemming (No. 4), Rivals.com (No. 7) and SuperPrep (No. 8) . . . named to
Prep Football Report's, SuperPrep's and PrepStar's All-Midwest Teams . . . rated among the Midwest's top prospects by the Detroit Free Press (No. 15), Prep
Football Report (No. 16), SuperPrep (No. 29) and Rivals.com (No. 43) . . . listed among the state's top seniors by The Detroit News (No. 5), Lansing State Journal (No. 9), Rivals.com (No. 10) and Detroit Free Press (No. 26) . . . three-year starter at tight end for Coach Bill Kohn at Adrian (Mich.) High School . . . Associated Press all-state selection in 2003 . . . caught 23 passes for 438 yards (19.0 avg.) and 10 touchdowns as a senior while leading the Maples to a 10-1 record . . .
consistently graded out over 80 percent in his blocking assignments . . . had 25 receptions for 510 yards (20.4 avg.) and seven TDs as a junior . . . runs 4.7 in
the 40 . . . son of Jeffrey and Radine Davis . . . born Oct. 11, 1985 . . . brother Josh Freeman earned a letter in 1995 as a defensive lineman for the Spartans .
. . majoring in communication.