Kalon Davis made another visit to Wake Forest on Thursday. The 6'5, 348-pound prospect is down to Clemson and Wake Forest and is making visits to Wake and Clemson prior to deciding in the very new future.
"Yes sir, I went up there this morning," Davis told DeaconSports. "I got there about 9:30 and I went up with my mother. We met Coach Lobo and he passed us to Coach Henry to tour the school. I talked to some of the players again, I got to talk to their tutors, academic advisers and the professors in the subject I want to major in -- computer science or computer technology."
The Demon Deacon coaches discussed their personalities and recruiting philosophies with Davis. "They talked about how they are as coaches and people. They talked about personality and discipline first. If that was all in place, football would come naturally. They said that they were ready to have a good season and talked about how they do things around campus. They showed me the prospect list too and I was up at the top of their list."
According to Davis, he enjoyed what he saw of the campus. "It was really good from what they showed me," he said. I liked to see what all they had to offer. They really helped me out there and I think they helped themselves out."
Davis also noted that he was able to see a host of Wake Forest players in study hall, working with tutors, and on their way to work out.
With the visit to WFU complete, Davis now heads to Death Valley to visit Clemson. "I've got to go see Clemson and see how it feels to be up there," he said. "We'll see if it feels more like home or where it felt better to be at. From there, we'll see."
Davis could commit while at Clemson on Friday but will likely wait to make a decision. "I'll probably wait until next week," he said. "I'm wanting to talk to my coaches and my family about it."
"It's the same [as last week with Clemson in front] but really it just all comes down to the two visits this week," he continued. "Clemson and Wake are my two schools so it depends on how the Clemson visit goes."
After he makes his decision, which is expected next week, Davis plans to focus on competing for a state title. "I honestly feel like we can compete for the state championship again," he said. "I think we'll end up on the right track if we play hard."