The Baton Rouge native hasn't played football in his home state since his sophomore year, but he has LSU in his top three. Davis said the Tigers are joined by Ole Miss and Texas A&M atop his list. Florida State is also in contention.
"At this point, all the schools are basically the same," Davis said. "They're all great football programs, great academics. It's just the small things that make you fall in love with the school."
LSU has evaluated Davis closely over the last couple years, and new wide receivers coach Tony Ball saw enough from him at camp last month to extend him an offer. LSU has three WRs committed in the 2016 class, but they're eyeing a fourth and Davis is the top target to fill the spot.
"It's a nice place because I know if I go there and they have great running backs, [defenses] will lay off receivers and it's going to be easy touchdowns," Davis said.
Ole Miss was considered the heavy favorite before LSU came through with an offer. He's close friends and now teammates with Ole Miss QB commit Shea Patterson, and those two have seriously considered playing together in college.
Davis plans to take official visits to each of his remaining contenders and aims to make his commitment at some point during the season.