“I’m willing to step up and do whatever they ask me to do,” Davis told reporters on Sunday. “They’ve been having me line up at wide receiver, pretty much all over the place. It’s a good thing that I get the opportunity to work with those guys because it not only helps me at the wide receiver position, it also helps me at the tight end position. My feet get quicker, my route-running is better.”
It would make sense for the 49ers to take advantage of Davis—he’s arguably the most explosive player on the 49ers’ offense. However, he’s only been summoned to training camp, so it remains uncertain whether or not Davis will play wide receiver when the official season begins.