Davis headed to USC

Wide receiver Fred Davis has committed to USC over scholarship offers from Ohio State and Miami according to the 'Toledo Blade.' Davis' coach Rick Rios confirmed the decision, somewhat.
"As far as I know it's the truth," Rios said. "He left me a voice mail last night around 11:30. But I had no idea where he was going. The voice mail just said he knew what he was going to do. As far as I know he flew to Los Angeles last night. The first I knew about it was what I read in the 'Blade' this morning."
"We were just talking on Friday about setting up a press conference for Feb. 3. I talked to his girl friend on Friday and she said she knew what he was doing, but couldn't tell me. But she said it's not too far away from home. I guess he fooled all of us."
"I still haven't talked to him. I should later this morning."
The 6-foot-4 and 210 pound Davis had over 500 yards receiving and over 600 rushing during his senior season at Toledo (Ohio) Rogers. He also made 100 tackles and intercepted four passes. Davis is the number three wide receiver prospect with a five star rating.