WR Quinshad Davis Profile
Although the three-star wide receiver has yet to pick up a commitable offer from
Clemson or South Carolina, he remains in regular contact with both
Clemson wide receivers coach Jeff Scott, who serves as his primary
recruiter, is in touch with Davis on a weekly basis.
"They just keep telling me to wait. That's what I've been doing. I'm going
to start picking it up now since the season is over," Davis told
It's a consistent message from the Tigers' recruiting coordinator.
"They want me, but all the [wide receivers] are committed to them," Davis
South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier recently relayed a similar
"Coach Spurrier called me about two days ago," Davis said. "He said he
really wants me and he's trying to work something out, but he doesn't know
if he'll be able to."
That call from the Head Ball Coach meant a lot to the No. 45 wide receiver
in the class of 2012.
"It was exciting. I grew up, when I was little, I liked Florida," Davis
Tennessee and Wake Forest are his top-two options.
He'll head to Knoxville for an official visit on the weekend of Jan. 20. A
week before, the 6-foot-3, 180-pound wide receiver will head to
"They seem like they really want me," Davis said. "They're on me hard.
That's what I like about those teams. They're really pursuing me."
A decision will be made sometime shortly after his official visits. He
will not go all the way until signing day.
Davis waiting on the word
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