Spending time with coach Gus Malzahn as well as offensive coordinator Dameyune Craig and wide receivers Coach Dameyune Craig, Davis said he enjoyed the visit and especially the one-on-one time with Malzahn.
“It went well,” Davis said. “I liked it.
“It was very important,” he added of his time with the coaches. “I still have a top five and they are in it. Like I always say, my final decision will be made next year.”
Currently still committed to the Gamecocks, Davis said Auburn has definitely made a big impression on him with his visit and also his conversations with the coaching staff. Because of that he said the Tigers will be in the hunt for him until the end.
“It’s just a beautiful campus,” Davis said. “It felt like home. It’s like two hours away from my mom. If she needs something I can drive down there and see what’s going on with her. I could take care of her and then come right back.”
While proximity to home is one of the things that stands out about Auburn to Davis, the offensive system is another strong point for the Tigers. A player that can do a lot of different things in an offense from wide receiver to wildcat quarterback to even some tight end, Davis said what Auburn does is very familiar to him and that’s a plus.
“I play in this offense right now so it would be second nature to me,” Davis said. “Being in that one position only, that’s not me. I’m a very versatile person. I like to move around and do different things to show off what I actually can do.”