Auburn freshman receiver Kyle Davis is “100 percent” recovered from a shoulder injury, receivers coach Kodi Burns said Thursday night.
Davis was limited throughout spring practices due to the unspecified shoulder injury and did not participate in the A-Day spring game April 9.
“Kyle’s good,” Burns said Thursday in Jackson, Ala., according to AL.com. “He’s getting better. I think he’s 100 percent healthy now, so that’s always good.”
The four-star receiver out of Lawrenceville, Ga., enrolled early at Auburn in January. He’s part of a heralded receivers class coming to Auburn in the summer, which includes fellow four-star prospect Nate Craig-Myers. Davis was rated the nation’s ninth-best receiver, according to 247Sports composite rankings.
“The good thing with Kyle was that he was able to get a spring underneath his belt, even though he didn’t practice, which is fine,” Burns told SEC Country in May. “He can see how we do things, he can see how I coach, he can see how I teach. That was really good for him to sit back and say, ‘Hey, coach, what do I do on this route? What do you think on this play?’ He was in the meetings, he was at practice, we worked with him after practice, before practice. He got mental reps as well as physical reps. Just having him around was really big this spring.”