Blue Ridge, Va., defensive back Greg Davis has moved up his official visit with Nebraska. When is the 6-foot-2, 198-pounder with 4.5-second speed planning to take the visit?
"The only visit right now he has scheduled is Nebraska on Sept. 30," Davis' coach, Michael Alley said. "He hasn't said too much about the visit or the schools he's most interested in. From what I can tell he's still trying to keep his options open which I think is pretty smart. I think he's being cautious about everything still."
The Rivals250 prospect and the No. 8 player in the state of Virginia, previously was scheduled to visit Nebraska for the Oklahoma game on October 28th. Now he'll be in attendance for the Iowa State game.
A couple weeks back Davis took an unofficial visit to Raleigh for the Virginia Tech-North Carolina State game.
"He was just there to watch them play and what he told me was that he really enjoyed being at the game and is interested in both schools," he said. "Virginia Tech has offered and he told me that North Carolina State did as well, but I can't confirm that. I know he really enjoyed North Carolina State's defense and was happy he went down there for the visit."
The four-star prospect has helped Blue Ridge win their first game of the season last week against Flint Hill 41-6.
"Greg did fine, he's playing safety for us and scored a touchdown on offense," he said. "The team we played ran the wishbone so Greg didn't get a lot of opportunities to make tackles."
Has Davis improved from last season?