An off-field issue earlier this offseason could very well have an impact on Reginald Davis‘ availability in the very early going of Texas Tech’s 2015 season.
Back in May of this year, Davis was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana. While no definitive punitive measures have been announced by the football program, the wide receiver seems convinced that he will miss the first two quarters of the Red Raiders’ season opener.
Against an FCS opponent.
“From what I’ve heard, I may miss the first half of the Sam Houston State game,” Davis said according to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. “It just made me look at life from a different angle. I should be grateful for everything I have.”
Last season, Davis’ 29 receptions were fifth on the pass-happy Red Raiders while his 318 yards receiving were sixth. His five receiving touchdowns were good for fourth on the squad.