It seems like a strong possibility with both prospects. Sharpe and Davis both told InsideTheVille.com that they both favor Louisville. They've also indicated that a decision could come before the season gets underway.
"Nothing new," Sharpe said. "I'm still leaning towards Louisville hard but no time frame at the moment. I'm taking it kind of slow right now."
Davis, a high school teammate of three-star Louisville DE commit Lacy Coleman, visited the Cardinals earlier this summer. He told InsideTheVille.com that he's contemplating a decision with his parents.
"Me and my family are still talking about the decision," Davis said. "No time frame yet but Louisville is still the leader."
Louisville is also one of the remaining finalists for running back Rajion Neal, a teammate of Coleman and Davis at Sandy Creek. Mississippi State and Kentucky are also still heavily involved with Neal.