"It was pretty good, I had a great time up there," Davis said. "The coaching staff is really good and the offense they run is really good. My mom really enjoyed it. She had a good time. The people there are so nice. That played a big part of it this weekend. They're really rebuilding their program."
A teammate of four-star Louisville recruit Nick Dawson, Charlie Strong's coaching staff believes Davis could help the Cardinals offense due to his sub-4.5 speed.
"I would add a lot of speed to their offense from the slot position," said Davis. "They said they needed a guy who can run the hitch and I could bring that to the team."
Davis committed to UNC before Butch Davis was fired. He plans to visit the Tar Heels and meet with new coach Larry Fedora before his makes a final decision. Davis also expects to visit Kentucky next month.
"I talked to Coach Fedora and everything was fine," Davis said. "I have to go up there and see how things are run now before I can make my final decision before signing day. But right now I'm still committed to UNC.
"I'm going to try to get to Kentucky January 13 for my final official. I'm going to sit down and talk to my family and see what they're stance is. My mom really wants me to stay close to home, but she doesn't care. She just wants to come see me play on Saturday so it's really not an issue."
Davis said that Dawson, a star linebacker who will play in the US Army All-American game next month in San Antonio, had a great visit to Louisville.
"He loved it," Davis said. "We had a great time. It seems like the perfect spot for him. I think that's where he's going to go but we still don't know yet."