"It was a good time," Davis notes. "I'm just glad to be here. I got along good with the players, recruits and people who are already committed. It's going to be a great time. It's just a lot of cool people here. It's like one big family and I'm excited to be a part of that for the next couple of years.
"My boy Benjamin Tate was my player host," Davis adds. "I've talked to him before, but the main people I've been talking to are Kenny Irons and Brad Lester. I didn't really know Ben like that until know. I knew him, but we really didn't talk like that. He's a pretty cool dude and I could see myself being around him when I'm here."
Even with talented running backs Tate and Lester returning to Auburn next season, Davis says that he isn't worried about competition at the tailback position with the way Auburn has produced NFL backs.
"I don't even care because Ben and Brad are great athletes and players," he explains. "They're both running backs and if I don't know anything because I'm young I can talk to them about it and listen to coach (Eddie) Gran, because coach Gran is the best running back coach in the country, basically. Coach Tubs (Tommy Tuberville), I see how he is and always winning so I could see us winning national championships in the next three or four years with the running game and the offensive line that's coming in.
Auburn already has commitments from offensive linemen Chaz Ramsey and Kyle Coulahan, who were also in Auburn for official visits, as well as Ryan Pugh. Uncommitted line prospects Lee Ziemba and Jared Cooper also took their official visits to the Plains.
"I think a couple of the uncommitted are going to become committed soon," Davis says. "Hopefully they will and I can tell they like Auburn a lot. The whole recruiting class, everybody that came in here, we all talked and had a good time. The students around here are cool people as well as the players."