Davis Cooling on Cyclones

Iowa State was once one of the top players in the race to land four-star Colorado WR, Drew Davis. Now, in the middle of July, Davis says that his relationship with Iowa State isn't as appealing as it once was. Find out why right here in this CN recruiting update.

Iowa State's relationship with Colorado WR Drew Davis still has a pulse. Barely. The four-star Davis once looked like a promising recruit for Iowa State's Tony Alford, but lately things have cooled off greatly according to Davis.


"I'm not as interested as I was. They just haven't been talking to me as much as they used to. I don't hear from them as much," Davis said.


The big question is why hasn't Davis heard from Iowa State? He still holds a scholarship offer from the Cyclones and he is one of the top prospects in the entire state of Colorado. Davis doesn't exactly know what's going on, but he doesn't necessarily think it's because Iowa State isn't interested. 


"They might just be not calling me, it doesn't have anything to do with liking me," Davis said.


If that's the case, then Iowa State might be missing out on their chance. Davis is planning on graduating early from high school so he'll look to make a decision earlier than most recruits.


"I'm really looking at schools that are making a lot of contact because I will be graduating early. I am going to narrow down my top five by August or September, so it's a major factor," Davis said.


While Iowa State doesn't look to be in contention, two Big 12 north schools are looking good with Davis at this point.  


"Kansas State is a top school on my list, I hear a lot from their coaches. I've heard a lot of good things in the past from people who have gone there," Davis said.


The other school is his home state of Colorado, but Davis wants to see something from Colorado this season.


"I'm trying to see what CU is going to do. I'll see of they are going to win some big games and be a contender or not," Davis said.


Davis currently holds offers from: Washington, Washington State, Kansas, Kansas State, Iowa State, Wisconsin, Oklahoma State, Nebraska and Boise State.


"I'm still looking at a few things from these schools before I narrow them down," Davis said.


This summer Davis has been working on his game, but not at camps like many recruits.


"I've just been working out with my coach and getting my footwork right. I'm trying to make sure that I'm in sync before two-a-days come," Davis said. "This summer I didn't go to any camps. I just wanted to stay here and get everything right."

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