"It was my first time getting to see an actual game and it was nice to see them perform," said Davis. "It was a good experience. I got a chance to meet a lot of the players and talked to the wide out coach. I had a lot of fun down there. It was an unofficial visit. I'll take my official sometime in December."
After the game, Davis got to check out the locker room scene and talk with two of Louisville's current wide outs, including Trent Guy, whose long kick return set up the Cardinals game-winning field goal.
"After the game I got a chance to go into the locker room and speak with Trent Guy and Scott Long," Davis said. "They both said they were happy that I committed there. They said they would keep an eye on me next year. They were happy for me."
Davis said he also briefly spoke with Steve Kragthorpe, who was the subject of heavy speculation about his job security before last week's win over Southern Miss.
"We didn't talk about that at all, actually," Davis said. "I talked to him a little bit. He talked about how he was glad they won and said he looked forward to seeing me up there next year."
Ranked the No. 158th best wide receiver prospect in the nation, Davis said he's not planning to visit any other schools this season.
"I am pretty solid with my commitment," Davis said.
Davis made the trip with teammate and fellow Cardinals commit Lacy Coleman, a three-star defensive end.
"He was up there with me," Davis said. "We both decided we can't wait to get up there. He hung out with his coach – [Ken] Delgado."
Sandy Creek is off to a good start this season. And, though Sandy Creek has been more run oriented this season, Davis said he's still hauled in "probably" 15 receptions for 270 yards and a pair of scores.
"We're doing good. We're 5-1 right now," said Davis. "We won our last game 48-9. We've been pounding the ball this season, hopefully that will open up the passing game."