"We're not going to take any official visits," Anthony Davis, Sr. said. "He has picked his school. We're going to take the next 2-3 weeks to try and figure out how we're going to let everyone know what school he's going to go to."
On Monday, Davis visited DePaul with his family. His father would not comment officially on DePaul to confirm if they made the list, he didn't deny Oliver Purnell's program is under consideration. "Well, let's just say everybody has a fair chance."
We asked Davis' father if his son could pick Syracuse even though he hasn't been on campus. "Sure. I think after a kid has done the tour or talked to people, he would kind of know what he would think would be the best fit for him. He can pick a school without picking a visit."
Here's what the situation sounds like in summary. Davis is going to decide this month, could be tomorrow could be three weeks from now. He's reached a decision in his mind, no one has been contacted and no one will. His father instructed him to not return calls from college coaches. They are shutting it down. It sounds as if DePaul remains under consideration after Monday's visit.
"What we're doing is taking the next few weeks to make sure of the decision. We have not called anyone to let them know. We're going to sit-down as a family to make sure it's the right decision for him."
Sometime this month, one of the nation's top post targets will end his recruitment. It sounds like he already has but he's just not ready to tell anyone.