"Coach Brad Scott from Clemson was here yesterday. The visit went really good. I like Coach Scott. That was the first visit I received. It will not matter they were the first school to visit. I know the coaches were at other places. I am not sure when anyone else is planning to come," Mike Davis said.
Davis has set official visits to three SEC schools. When asked about the schools who are fortunate to receive visits, Davis replied, "I am going to Kentucky, Alabama, and Auburn."
Hailing from Columbia, South Carolina, Davis talks about two of his choices for visits.
"Auburn is a really good running school. I am comfortable with the coaching staff, and I feel like I will be able to play early. It would be a good time for me to go there. Alabama is the same as Auburn. They are a great running school, and they are losing their top back. I really can't wait for my visits to both places."
Alabama and Auburn are going head-to-head for several prospects and Davis is impressed with coaches from both schools.
"Coach Price is my recruiting coach from Auburn. He is a great recruiter. I really like him a lot. He is the kind of person that makes you want to go to the school because of him. Sparky Woods is my recruiting coach at Alabama. He is a good recruiter and a good coach. I have spent a lot of time on the phone with him. I have really enjoyed it."
Davis feels it is important to hold off on a decision until after his official visits.
"I would like to say for now, my decision will be made after my visits. If I go somewhere and it turns out to be the place I want to be, then I would commit. I want to meet the coaches and players. I want to see how I feel and how they treat me. I want to check out some classes I might be taking. I really just want to have a good time," Davis said.
Davis is finished with his senior season. Now it's time to focus on the next level.
"We finished the season 8-5. We lost in the second round of the play-offs. I don't know any of my stats except, I had twenty-eight touchdowns."
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