Davis decision could come soon

Justin Davis has one more unofficial visit planned and then the Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln four-star running back should be inching closer to his decision.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound prospect said he would like to make his commitment soon after visiting Washington this weekend for its spring game and junior day.
USC, Cal and Washington are "pretty much" the three schools being seriously considered by Davis, who's rated as the fifth-best running back and No. 48 overall in the 2013 class by Rivals.com.

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In his junior season, Davis rushed for 2,380 yards and 36 touchdowns. The Stockton Lincoln standout has said even if he commits in May taking official visits would still be considered.
"I'm headed up to Washington this weekend and then I'm going to make my decision in early May," Davis said.
"I mainly want to focus on my actual team instead of college. I'm really trying to win this year and I really want to get everything else out of the way and focus on other things."
Davis took an unofficial visit to Cal for its spring game this past weekend and he said it was valuable to see how the coaches interacted with the players. The Golden Bears are definitely in the running especially after his trip.
"It was great to see the spring game and actually see the coaches coaching the players," Davis said. "It was a nice experience.
"I got to say hi to (Justin Forsett) along with Cameron Jordan and some others. I actually got to see coach (Ron) Gould coach them up. It was pretty nice to watch how he used them and coached them."
USC is still considered the favorite for Davis, who has talked highly of the Trojans ever since they offered him in February. He's been to the campus and likes everything USC has to offer and it might be tough to beat the Pac-12 power in his recruitment.
"They still want me to call every week and I'm still in strong contact with them," Davis said.
In total, Davis lists offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Florida State, Houston, Michigan, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Oregon State, Purdue, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington and Washington State.