"Hollywood" Greg Davis Updates His Top Three

With the capability of playing any position in the secondary, Greg Davis would prove to be a valuable commodity should the Nebraska Cornhuskers gather his signature come February. We were able to catch up with him and he was kind enough to talk about this season, his relationship with Nebraska and a Top 3 that has changed somewhat.

The word "versatility" describes "Hollywood" Greg Davis very well.  Having the capability to play at any position in the defensive backfield, at least in the eyes of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Davis is devoting himself to not just being the best defensive back on his team, but rather, in America.  "The main thing is my overall game, to dominate, to take over a whole game offensively and defensively.  My goal is to be the best defensive back in the country, nothing less and that's what I'm out to be," he said.

Davis' total offers stand at nine currently and he recently attended a passing camp at Virginia where his team came in second overall out of 50 teams present.  Currently, he has one official visit scheduled, that being during the Nebraska-Oklahoma weekend like so many other Cornhusker prospects but he also anticipates visiting California, a team Davis reports is due to offer soon and Virginia.

Those three schools make his current Top 3 with the Golden Bears taking over the spot that Miami (FL) used to occupy.  When it comes to his relationship with the Cornhuskers, Davis feels that things couldn't be better.  "I know Nebraska.  I'm cool with Coach E (Phil Elmassian). He and I are really cool.  I'm starting to trust in him so we talk a lot but for the past month I've been chilling on talking to coaches, kind of taking some time off.  The last time I talked to him, they told me how I'm their #1 DB at safety or corner," he said.

Looking at the possibility of when he might commit, Davis said he'll take his time, but he wants to display his skills on the grandest stage for high school prospects.  "I don't want to rush it. My thing right now is I want to be the best DB, so I want to be in the Scout.com U.S. Army All American Game," he said.  Davis is certainly not lacking in the optimism department for his senior season.  "I'm going to have a crazy year," he said.

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