Decision Time?

The recruiting process is beginning to take its toll on Larry Davis. The 6-4 shooting guard was set to go to N.C. State before learning that Herb Sendek was headed to Arizona State.

The recruiting process is beginning to take its toll on Larry Davis. The 6-4 shooting guard was set to go to N.C. State before learning that Herb Sendek was headed to Arizona State.

Now with Sendek out and Sidney Lowe in at N.C. State, Davis is trying to decide if he should stay with his original decision and attend N.C. State or if he should go to Seton Hall or Indiana.

Davis took a visit to Seton Hall early last week and spent this past weekend in Bloomington (IN) checking out Indiana's campus. The weekend was eventful for Davis as he toured the campus, hung out with IU's players, and even took a trip to Coach Sampson's house.

"When I went to Seton Hall I had a great time, and right now I'm at Indiana as I'm speaking," Davis said Sunday afternoon. "It's great down here too, everything is going good so far I have two good schools plus N.C. State and that's a great school. So that's my last three schools."

According to Davis, Bobby Gonzalez and Seton Hall were able to get in the mix for two reasons. (1) Gonzalez has shown Davis a lot of love the past few weeks. (2) Seton Hall is close to home. Indiana also is a good situation for him because they have immediate playing time available.

"It's really just those three. Those are the three that have been in touch with me the most. I don't want to go to through recruiting process again. I did Seton Hall because it's close to home and I went to Indiana because it's further away from home and both are good situations for me so I really don't know how I feel right now and I'm going to make my decision on Monday or Tuesday."

With time running out Davis still isn't sure where he will attend school. The three schools he has it narrowed down to have their advantages and disadvantages.

And don't count the Wolfpack out. Davis mentioned that Larry Harris staying at N.C. State was important to him and he said that he could "trust" the 10-year Wolfpack assistant coach.

"I don't know if I want to stay close to home right now or go further away or go straight to NC State where I was at," Davis explained. "But it's something that I got to think about on Monday or Tuesday and I really got to narrow it down because it gets annoying after a while."

Davis seems torn over his upcoming decision. He said that playing time is available at all three schools and he feels he could succeed at any of the three schools.

"All three schools are looking for me to play the same position, the one and the two. All three schools have seniors that are leaving and that opens a spot for me. All three said that I have a chance to come in and play right away. But I'm just looking at where I can be in the long term situation with the coach and also where's the best family at."


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