Future Uncertain for Davis

Former North Carolina signee Ray Ray Davis is unsure what school he will transfer to after he graduates from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College in December.

"I guess the [UNC] scholarship is still good, but I just haven't talked to them in a long time," Davis said. "They talk to my parents. My parents haven't really told me what they said."

Davis signed with UNC in February '09 out of Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley High School. However, the 5-foot-11, 188-pound wide receiver failed to qualify and thus enrolled at Hutchinson last summer with the intentions of graduating and then enrolling at UNC.

If all goes as planned and he graduates with an associate's degree from Hutchinson on December 10, Davis will be eligible to transfer into UNC or any school in January.

"I'm already signed up for classes to take over the summer," Davis said. "I'm all set."

Davis plans on personally contacting UNC soon.

In the meantime, other schools have inquired about Davis, most recently Central Michigan.

Last season, Davis led Hutchinson in receiving with 24 catches for 260 yards and two touchdowns.

With a change at offensive coordinator and a new offensive scheme, Davis expects to dramatically improve on his freshman statistics.

"We were 90-10 run-pass [ratio], last year," Davis said. "Now it's more like a spread.

"I expect a lot of catches, hopefully."

Davis also expects a dramatic improved for Hutchinson, which is currently amid spring practice. Last season the Blue Dragons went 7-4 and defeated New Mexico Military Institute in the Salt City Bowl.

"I think we're going to be in the race for the National Championship," Davis said. "We have a pretty good team this year."

One of Hutchinson's big additions this semester was Jamal Womble, who transferred in from North Carolina.

"It's been cool [having Womble here]," Davis said. "He's been giving me a little background on what it's like at Carolina. It's good to have another North Carolina guy here to chill with, to kick with."

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