He felt that the Stanford offer meant a lot because it showed his acumen towards academics, but the offer from the Red Raiders has really grabbed his attention.
"I really like that offer," Davis explained. "I am really happy that it came, because I want to go to a team like that where they throw the ball 80 percent of the time and I know I am going to get touches."
"I talked to one of the coaches on Sunday and he told me that I can come in as a true freshman and catch the ball."
"I see myself as the same type of player as Michael Crabtree," Davis continued.
Iowa is not a school that traditionally lands commitments from top prospects in the "Lone Star State", but they have at least made an impression on Davis by stepping to him with an early offer.
"I was glad that offer came too, because I like what Iowa brings to the table," Davis said. "I think I could play at Iowa. I like Big 10 schools too."
The Sooners are a program that will most likely factor heavily in to Davis' decision making process, and he recently watched them take on Texas in the Red River Rivalry game in Dallas.
"I liked the atmosphere of being up there," Davis admitted. "It was exciting to see all of the people and the crowd. There was a lot of people and noise. I really can't explain the atmosphere there."
"I want to be a part of that someday."
The next two schools on to step up may be from the SEC.