Wyoming (OH) offensive lineman Terry Davis has attracted quite a bit of college interest over the past year and while all of the interest is nice, the senior has been focused on helping his team put together a successful season.
Although the results thus far haven't been what Davis hoped, he recently told Pack Pride that he thinks it's just a matter of time before his Wyoming squad gets it pointed in the right direction.
"We started off pretty slow," said Davis. "We're 0-2 right now. We're pretty confident about our next game though and we should be able to win out headed to the playoffs. I'm playing offensive tackle and also defensive end and defensive tackle."
NC State likes Davis has an offensive guard and there's no doubt the Wolfpack has made him a major priority for the class of 2012. The Pack had an opportunity to host the three-star prospect and nation's No. 79 guard according to Scout.com the weekend of the Liberty game.
"This was my first time visiting NC State," said Davis. "I thought it was going to be just a typical visit going in but I saw a lot of different things I never saw in college before.
"I loved the atmosphere, just the fans, the stadium. Everything about it was good- the academics, the weight room. I got to talk to all the players so it was a good overall experience."
Davis was hosted by a current Wolfpack guard who did his part to make sure there were no unanswered questions during the visit.
"Zach Allen hosted me. He just told me if I had any questions about anything to ask him so I asked him a few things about the program and what a typical weekend for the football players at NC State was and he just pretty much answered all those."
Tight end's coach Don Horton has been NC State's long time connection to players in Ohio but offensive line coach Jim Bridge also had a chance to make an impression on Davis during the visit. Davis talked about his interaction with those two coaches during his time in Raleigh.
"I've talked to coach Horton numerous times so I pretty much knew about him," said Davis. "But when I met coach Bridge he just went over some stuff about the techniques they use at NC State and how many guys they've put in the NFL."
With one visit in the books, where does Davis stand in the recruiting process?
"I plan to visit Louisville but that's about it. I've pretty much narrowed it down to Louisville and NC State but I'm still open to everyone that's recruiting me. Those would be my top two right now, though.
"I want to get my decision out of the way before the end of the season so I'll make my next visit to Louisville, sit down with my parents and see where it goes from there."
Pack in Top Two for Davis After Visit
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