Davis, the nation's fifth-rated defensive end prospect, followed up on those words this past weekend when he joined Mark Barnes, Jamar Jackson and Wesley Saunders for an official visit with Louisville.
"The visit there was unbelievable," said Davis of his time in the Derby City. "On a scale of 1 to 10, I'd give it a 15."
The 6-foot-4, 225-pound defensive lineman said that he was impressed by the Cardinals performance in the 31-7 win over the visiting Hurricanes.
"I didn't have any doubts about them," said Davis. "I saw everything I needed. There's no question that I could play there. The players are all like family there."
Davis was also impressed how the U of L coaching staff didn't attempt to push any of the highly-rated visitors into making an early decision.
"They brought all four us in and they didn't even mention anything about committing," he explained. "They just told us that if they want to win that they should come there, but they didn't try to get us to commit. In fact, they actually encouraged us to take other visits so we could compare and make sure that we go where we'll be happy."
Davis further explained that U of L's approach was a better and simpler process to go through.
"It makes it easier. It seems like that with all of these other schools, every time they call or text message that they are asking about committing."
Having considered making an early college choice twice, Davis now says that he's going to delay his announcement until January.
"I'm thinking about the earliest would be at the U.S. Army All-American game," he said, adding that a short list of schools currently top his lengthy list of scholarship opportunities. "I'd have to say Louisville, USC and then Auburn. LSU is about even with Auburn."
Davis, who was honored as an All-State, All-NE Louisiana and All-District performer following his junior season, is excited for the opportunity to play in the annual all-star game.
"I was ecstatic about it," he said of the possibility of playing in the post-season all-star game in San Antonio, Texas. "That's what I've been working towards. Wesley Saunders, Jamar Jackson and Mark Barnes could all be in it to, but I'd be on the other team. They'd play for the East and I'd play for the West."
Davis has yet to schedule dates for future official visits, but plans on tripping to Florida State, LSU, Auburn and USC.