Miami (Fla.) Norland safety Feddie Davey wasted no time in accepting an offer from Washington State.
"I got the offer like two nights ago," Davey said. "I committed to them last night."
The 5-foot-10, 190-pound defender spoke with the Cougars new head coach as well as a pair of his assistant coaches.
"I talked to Coach (Paul) Volero, Coach (Mike) Leach, and a wide receivers coach," Davey said. "They were excited. They wanted me. They had a lot of interest in me. They were my first big offer, they are in the Pac-12. Since I was a kid, my dream has always been to play Division I football. I just took the first thing that came at me."
During his conversation with Leach, the two-star prospect said that the message was simple - he wants winners. Davey fits that profile as he was a key cog in a Norland defense that claimed a state championship this past weekend.
"Coach Leach told me that they are going to try and bring in guys from down this way, from Miami," Davey said. "They want guys on the team that are winners, that know what it takes to win. They want guys with the mindset and heart to win."
Davey accepted his scholarship offer from the Cougars without taking a visit to Pullman. He will make his way out there in a month.
"I am going on an official visit on January 20th," Davey said.
He may also visit a pair of other schools before National Signing Day.
"I may also visit FAU on January 13th," Davey said. "I know for sure that I am going to visit Southern University on the 27th (of January). I already have that set up."
Davey holds offers from Florida Atlantic, Southern, Howard, North Carolina Central, and Northern Colorado.