2013 SENIOR SEASON: Made his season debut at New Mexico State, but did not record any statistics.
2012 JUNIOR SEASON: Saw action in one game, playing against New Hampshire.
2011 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Saw action in seven games earned second varsity letter.
2010 FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in six games during the 2010 season recorded one catch for a one-yard gain against Penn State earned first varsity letter.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead his North Broward team to a 10-0 regular-season record and a berth in the state playoffs missed much of the 2008 season with a stress fracture in his left foot, but still contributed 11 receptions for 221 yards and four touchdowns recorded 51 receptions for 869 yards and seven TDs during his junior season earned second-team all-state honors from the South Florida Sun Sentinel as a junior Miami Herald named him third-team all-state and first-team all-county was third-team all-Broward as a sophomore also a standout basketball player, who was named to the Rock Holiday Classic all-tournament team last season earned 10 varsity letters in his high school career ranked as the No. 98 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com ESPN.com graded him as the No. 133 wide receiver in the country earned a three-star rating from Rivals named a two-star prospect by Scout.com football coach was Jeff Dellenbach.
PERSONAL: Born March 30, 1991 son of Victor Keise Jr. and Tiffany Davis applied kinesiology major.
2017 Spring Preview: Defensive Backs
Minnesota has 12 defensive backs on its spring roster and is led by safeties Adekunle Ayinde, Duke McGhee and Antoine Winfield.
Coach Linguist Mic'd Up
Hear from Gopher Football secondary coach Maurice Linguist as he's "mic'd up" during a spring 2017 football practice!
2017 Spring Preview: Running Backs
Minnesota's run game is expected to be led by Rodney Smith and Shannon Brooks, who will be juniors in the fall.