CB Davis has busy summer ahead

Cornerback Da'Quan Davis out of Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall has one scholarship at the moment. However, many other schools are keeping a close eye on the 5-foot-11, 172-pounder as he is starting to visit schools.
"West Virginia is the only offer at the moment," he said. "Last month I visited Maryland twice, once for a scrimmage and once for a practice. I really enjoyed it. After the spring practice was over, I got to hear their evaluation of my highlight tape, they told me they'll get back soon and told me the worst case is they they'd want to see me at a one day camp to see how I do in person."
Maryland isn't the only school moving in.

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"Virginia and Temple have been by my school and Virginia Tech and Wake Forest are coming by this week," he said. "Virginia told my coach they really like me. Coach Poindexter is going to sit down with the head coach and tell him, they need to offer me cause I've got some of the best feet he's seen in a high school corner. That's a good compliment to me.
"Also, Temple is looking very good and Vanderbilt showed interest too."
Most colleges want to see Davis in person whether that is at a camp or just a visit and according to Davis many colleges will get a visit from him this summer.
"I have plans to visit some schools, but I don't know necessarily when," he said. "I've got a big summer tour. We're going to see all the Florida schools, going to California, Michigan, Michigan State, South Carolina for a 7-on-7, Temple and more than likely Maryland."
So, with a busy schedule ahead, does anyone lead at this time?
"My No. 1 is West Virginia hands down," he said. "As soon as they saw me they offered me and they have been showing the most love now. I went down for their spring game and the coaches remembered me by my feet. They are still interested and while I was there, I fell in love with West Virginia.
"I'm not close to committing though, I want to see what everyone else has to offer, but the offers have got to come. If I get impatient I may just commit and pull the trigger."