The 5-8, 170-pound Davis figures to be an even bigger factor in the offense this year, with graduation hitting the Lions hard.
Last fall, Davis had 60 receptions for 598 yards and five touchdowns, 24 carries for 237 yards and three touchdowns and also amassed a good number of return yards.
With two years left at Oaks, Davis is already starting to draw some interest from a host of Pac-12 schools.
Where Davis plays in college remains to be seen.
"Honestly, I'll play anywhere I can get on the field, whether its slot, running back, punt return, kick return," said Davis. "I just want to stay on offense though."
Davis said he is hoping to still grow a few more inches and add some weight.
"I was 5-8, 170, at the Nike Camp, and I still think I will get a little bigger," said Davis. "I'm trying to get at least 185, 190, and hopefully I'll get up to 5-10, 5-11."
Davis said that a number of schools have indicated plans to visit Oaks in the spring.
"Oregon, UCLA, Cal and USC will come out and see how I do," said Davis.
Aside from the SoCal NFTC, Davis said he plans to do a number of camps and combines and may do some college camps, while also doing 7on7 with Oaks.