"It was great, I talked to the coaches, I got to meet the new offensive coordinator, he said he wants to see me in action, he already saw my highlight tape, he said it was great and everything he just wants to see me in person running routes and stuff," Davis said.
Davis is quite confident in his talent and ability, and doesn't mind working a little more to earn the nod from Pease.
"He said he loved my highlight tape and he wants me to come out to a camp, which I have no problem with, because a camp will make me better and they get to see me in person," Davis said.
Davis enjoyed seeing the campus and talking to the coaches at Florida, but for him it was even more fun to share the experience with his high school teammates.
"(It was) good, it will be even better if we could all play together if I decide to go there.," he said.
So if Davis gets the green light from the Gators, is Florida a no-brainer for him? Most likely.
"By the way things are looking at receiver, how they didn't really pick up any receivers this year, if they made it official I would probably commit, but I still need to see what my coaches have to say," he said.
Davis likes the program a lot and feels like it's a great fit for him, especially with the speed he possesses. He likes how Florida has handled speedy playmakers in the past, and could see himself being one of the next ones.