The 5-10, 186-pounder, who also claims a 4.5 forty-yard dash time, was very pleased with the events of the visit especially the special ceremony held at the end of the last night.
"We had a lot of meetings with coaches and dinners," Davis remarked. "On the night of the big dinner we put on jerseys with our names on them. We came out on the field and a little mini band was playing for us. We had to give the jerseys back at the end of the day, but it was a lot of fun, though."
During meetings with coaches, Davis was able to become more familiar with the Tar Heel coaching staff and discuss their plans for this true athlete that projects as either a running back or defensive back.
"They are a really cool coaching staff," stated Davis. "I got a chance to meet all of them and sit down and talk with them for a brief moment. They aren't looking for me to redshirt at all. Early on it was noted that I would be playing tailback, but once I got up there and talked to the coaches I will still play tailback but I will get an official look on defense because that's what I primarily played in high school."
The three-star athlete visited Charlottesville in November to see what Virginia had to offer and still has his visits left at Mississippi State this coming weekend (1/16) and Auburn the following weekend (1/23), before he will sit down and make his final decision.