Schools are recruiting Davis as a defensive tackle. He was a four-year varsity starter for Bob Palko at West Allegheny, being named all-conference as a junior.
"I am still waiting on Pitt," Davis said. "All the schools pretty much told me they will wait on Pitt."
Davis had previously said Kentucky was his leader, almost committing a couple weeks prior to Christmas, but since Pitt's new coach has arrived, things have changed.
"I like Kentucky a lot, but I think I just wanna stay closer. I am still waiting on Pitt, but if I don't hear from them about an offer, I am gonna go to Akron or Bowling Green."
Davis has a visit scheduled to Boston College this weekend. He has already visited Akron and Kentucky.
"I've loved Akron from the beginning. They are a good school and I realy like what they have for me as far as academics and playing time. It's a good situation and it's a chance to stay closer to home."
For now, all eyes are on Pittsburgh and new coach Dave Waddstedt; "I haven't heard back from them since I last talked to Coach Dunn, but they basically said they are gonna see what happens to this other kid whose been waiting on a Pitt offer as well. They want to see what he'll do, first."
"It's basically just a waiting game."