Stanford Commit Discusses Auburn Visit

Stanford commitment Noor Davis talks about his official visit to Auburn's Homecoming football game.

Leesburg, Fla.—Although he has long been committed to Stanford, four-star linebacker Noor Davis has continued to look around to make sure his decision is the best one he can make. That took him to Auburn over the weekend as the 6-4, 230-pounder made an official visit to the Plains to see the Tigers take down Samford on Homecoming.

"It was a great trip," Davis tells Inside The Auburn Tigers. "I got a chance to get a closer look at Auburn. It's a great university and a great program. They have a great coaching staff and players, too. I know they are going to be very successful for years to come."

Also a visitor for Auburn's Homecoming game in 2010, Davis said this time around he got to experience a lot more of the campus and also the atmosphere surrounding the team.

"Actually last year all I saw was the Tigers' Den and the game," Davis recalled. "This time I had the chance to see the campus and the locker rooms and the facilities and the players and the academic environment. Really I got to see the school this time."

On his visit this year redshirt running back Corey Grant served as his host on Friday and true freshman defensive back Jermaine Whitehead took on that assignment on Saturday. Davis said he had a good time getting to know some of the players on the team while also getting a feel for how they get along.

"It was a lot of fun," Davis said. "They are like a family. They all take care of each other and all have each other's best interests. It's a special thing.

"It just stood out to me how everybody is really laid back and like a family," he added. "That's something that is very good."

With visits to Auburn and Alabama under his belt, the Stanford commitment said he also plans to take a visit to USC before signing day. Even with his trips and getting to see other schools Davis said nothing has changed with his thoughts on the Cardinal.

"No sir nothing has changed with me," Davis said. "I'm still committed to Stanford."


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