Wyoming (OH) OL Terry Davis made his first visit to NC State back in early September. As it turned out, that was all he needed to pull the trigger on his future college.
Davis officially visited for State's matchup with Liberty and he gushed about the trip afterwards.
"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."
Early Tuesday evening Davis decided to make his commitment official.
"Yes sir, I committed to State," said Davis. "I just felt like ever since I made my visit there that it was the place for me so I went ahead and made my decision.
"I called coach O'Brien and he was really excited to get me down there. He was actually getting ready to go on a radio show and he said he wished he could mention it but he couldn't. Coach just said he was glad that I decided to be a part of the family."
Davis had planned to visit Louisville and Miami (OH) but has decided Raleigh will be his home for the next four or five years. He told Pack Pride that he's had a feeling for a while that State was the place where he wanted to be.
"I was going to make a visit to Louisville and Miami (Ohio) just wasn't for me so I think I'm just going to stick with my commitment.
"It actually really hit me on my official visit. I liked everything about the game atmosphere, the fans. All that really stood out compared to the other colleges I've been to."
Davis is rated a three-star prospect and the No. 79 offensive guard in the nation by Scout.com
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