Davis is Down to Crunch Time

The big receiver from Denver (Col.) Montbello, Drew Davis, who visited UCLA during the USC weekend, took his final official visit this last weekend, and he has a timetable for a decision - and it's soon. He has the four schools he'll pick from, all in the Pac-10...

It's down to crunch time for Denver (Colo.) Montbello receiver Drew Davis (6-3, 205).

Davis took his fourth and final official visit this weekend, tripping to Berkeley to visit California.

Next will come a couple of days for him to whittle down his list of four schools to his final choice. "I'm going to have a little press conference at my school and I might be announcing it on Friday," said Davis, the #2 prospect in the state of Colorado.

Cal got the final chance to make an impression on Davis and the four-star prospect left impressed with all that he saw. "I got to talk to Coach (Dan) Ferrigno and spoke with Coach (Jeff) Tedford this morning (Sunday)," said Davis. "I really like the coaching staff at Cal."

Davis was hosted by freshman running back James Montgomery. "He just talked to me about the school and what life was like up there," said Davis. "I really got a chance to see the football side, the facility side, the academic side and the social side. Now I'm just going to come back home, talk with my parents and talk with my coaches and make my decision."

Davis had previously visited Oregon, Washington and UCLA, and he insisted that no leader has emerged. "I'm wanting to let the trip to Cal soak all in and that way I can know everything I need to about each school before I decide," said Davis. "I'll use this week to think about it. I have finals this week, so I'll probably decide after those are done."

Last week, Oregon and Washington coaches made their in-home visits. This week, Cal and UCLA will be visiting his house. "Coach (Karl) Dorrell will be here tomorrow (Monday) night," said Davis. "Cal's coaches are going to come in later in the week."

Despite being such a highly-touted prospect from Colorado, Davis made it pretty clear to the Buffs coaching staff that he was looking West. "I talked with Coach (Darian) Hagan and just let him know that I wasn't looking to stay home and he was real cool about it and understood," said Davis.

As a senior, Davis had 30 receptions for 567 yards and nine touchdowns, while playing out of position much of the time.

Academically, he has a 4.0 GPA and scored an 18 on the ACT.

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