Chris Davenport is happy with the way his recruitment has been shaping up as heads into his senior year of high school. "It feels good to be a senior and getting ready for college."
Coach Brian Gregory and his staff at Georgia Tech are one of the schools that have established a relationship with Davenport. "Coach Gregory is a great coach and we have built a good relationship as I have with all the coaches at Georgia Tech."
The Tech coaches have expressed to Chris that they want him to be a part of their program. "They say they have a plan and that I would be a big part of it." Davenport has been invited to take an official visit to Georgia Tech this fall. "They want me to come and see everything first hand."
Coach Gregory and staff are in the process of working with Davenport to finalize a date for his official visit. "I would like to visit when there is a football game to see how the fans and students interact with the team."
While Davenport is working to set up a date for an official visit to Tech, he hasn't done so with Clemson or Tennessee. "At this time I haven't set up any visits to those two schools."
At 6-8 with a 7 foot wing span, Davenport has played the post but he also has shown the ability to attack the rim from the perimeter. "I have the skills to step outside and take that shot and I have the size and ability to take it to the hole and score."
Chris knows when he wants to make his college choice. "I want to sign during the early signing period in November." While Chris is down to three schools, it is apparent that he favors one school over the others. Georgia Tech looks to be the school to beat for his services this November.