Another Oregon State alum may be catching passes next season in the National Football League.
Isaiah Hodgins appears to have made the 53-man roster of the Buffalo Bills ahead of his rookie season in the league.
The former Beaver posted a congratulations letter and football from the NFL Player's Association on his snapchat account congratulating him on making the final roster.
Davis and Hodgins are the only wide outs taller than 6 feet and could be used in the redzone. As a junior, Hodgins had 12 redzone targets which produced 12 catches and nine touchdowns.
Whoever gets Isaiah Hodgins will be getting a steal this late into the draft.— Dylan Mickanen (@DylanMickanen) April 25, 2020
Insane catch radius.
12 redzone targets. 12 catches. 9 touchdowns.
Only three career drops.#GoBeavs pic.twitter.com/vfyPbkvSLH
Earlier this week, the Buffalo Bills tweeted Hodgins making a contested catch from Jake Fromm.
Buffalo selected Hodgins 207th overall during the 2020 NFL Draft.
The Biltkinoff Award semifinalist had 86 receptions for 1,171 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior, single-season numbers which rank 5th, 9th, and 2nd in school history, respectively.
Throughout his career, he received 156 targets with only three drops.
The Bills are getting a playmaker that can make big plays downfield and move the sticks as a possession receiver. And he'll get to learn from Stefon Diggs how to get it done at the next level.