The Dragons finished the season 15-0, and averaged 49.7 points per game. Davis, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound four-star recruited, finished the season with 63 catches for 1,300 yards and 12 touchdowns, and is ready to delve into the recruiting process.
Davis added he could add a Texas Tech visit to his schedule, but that is yet to materialize.
When it comes to Rutgers, he is dealing with a pair of Scarlet Knights in running backs coach Chris Hewitt and freshman linebacker Fred Overstreet, who is played at Jefferson last season.
"(Overstreet) actually came back down here and I've been speaking to him," Davis said. "(Hewitt) says I need to get up there on a visit and see what they're all about."
However, like teammate Ramik Wilson, who is visiting Rutgers the same weekend, Davis' focus was on the state playoffs. The Dragons set state records for points scored in the regular season (530) and full season (746), which includes the postseason.
In the title game, Jefferson scored 22 points in the first quarter and cruised to a 44-34 win.
"It was great. A lot of the hard work paid off," Davis said. "That team wasn't as tough as us. I know they didn't prepare like us. I didn't think they were as good as us. I don't think they had as many athletes as us."
The only thing left to prove is where the Dragons stand in the state hierarchy regardless of class, but that won't happen. The Florida playoff system stops after the class title games.
"I like us against any team in the state, really and truly," Davis said. "We can play with anyone in the state."