Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Nebraska and West Virginia have offered Highland Springs (VA) rising senior Felton Davis III during the Spring Evaluation Period. The 6’3”, 185-pound wide receiver prospect previously scored offers from East Carolina, Illinois, Marshall, Missouri, Old Dominion, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.
It is a good problem to have, but Davis admits the new offers have made making his college choice “a lot tougher. I have a lot to think about when the times comes.”
Davis has made visits to several local schools, including Virginia and Virginia Tech. His most recent trip was to Tech for its Spring Game on April 26.
“It was good,” Davis said of the Spring Game experience at Tech. “I had fun being around all the guys down there, the signees and all the recruits down there.”
Having now thoroughly explored Virginia Tech, does the talented wideout feel he would fit in at the school and with the football program?
“It would fit me pretty good,” Davis said. “It’s just a great school, so I feel it would be a good fit.”
Davis has previously expressed that he wants to visit more schools in the late spring/summer. In particular, he wants to see those schools he has not yet had an opportunity to visit. He mentioned Wisconsin previously as a possible destination and now lists three others as well.
“Michigan State… I know I want to visit there for sure. West Virginia and Miami, too,” Davis said.
Davis remains highly interested in Virginia and Virginia Tech, saying “the chances with both are high because they are the in-state schools and they don’t want me to leave the state.”
Asked if he had narrowed his list, Davis replied: “Nah. Not yet. I’ve been receiving offers, so I’m just waiting right now.”
A spring or summer commitment from Davis could well happen, but at this point the Springer star has no definitive timetable.
“I’ll just decide when the times comes,” Davis said. “When I feel it’s time for me to narrow it down, I will.”
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