"It was a good trip," Davis said. "I was a fun camp. I rode down there with Bert (Reed) and his coach (Mike Healey). We didn't get back until two or three in the morning, so it was a late trip."
Davis said the Florida coaches mentioned his being a legacy in previous conversations, but they didn't speak about that Friday. The focus was clearly on making this an enjoyable camp with tremendous competition.
"I worked with Coach (Stan) Drayton on some things," he added. "I got to spend some time with him. I think that he was happy with what I did. He's a good coach and it was good to work with him. They didn't try to pressure me to commit or anything, but they said some things that let me know they're interested in me. They're still in it."
The 6-1 210 speedster will continue to look over his options. He hopes to continue by getting in a couple of additional trips this summer.
"I hope to visit Alabama and maybe Georgia before school starts, so that I can have some more things to look over," Davis stated. "They're both pretty close to Panama City, so I might be able to get over there. I'd like to get over to LSU, but that's probably too far. I'm not going to make any decisions right now. I probably won't make my decision until after I take my trips in January. I just think that's best."