"I get a little peak into the future of what it's going to be like at ‘SC," Davis said after Thursday's West team practice. "We're just working on that mesh and it's definitely going to help out a lot."
The Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln tailback is enrolling early for the Trojans and will be arriving on campus January 10th.
"I can't wait," Davis said. "I'm going back to Stockton after this game, have three days, and then I'm off. I can't wait to get in there and see what ‘SC is all about."
And the Trojans will soon find out what Davis is about.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound five-star recruit is not only a strong runner, he has the ability to catch the ball. "The running game is a big part of my game," he explained. "But the catching part aspect, I've been working on that a lot and I think it's paying off."
USC's disappointing season
USC's 7-6 season has been one of the most talked about topics at the Army All-American game, which features 13 future Trojans.
"We're the class that's going to get in there and hopefully change a lot of stuff," Davis said. "Get USC back to those glory days."
Davis said the disappointing season hasn't affected commitment status at all. If anything, it's made it stronger, "I'll help the team out," he said.