Davis sees his future home

Leesburg (Fla.) four-star outside linebacker Noor Davis, a Stanford commitment, took his first official visit this past weekend to check out the Cardinal.
"It was a great experience," Davis said. "I got a chance to spend some time with some future teammates. I got a chance to spend time with the coaches. All in all, it was a great experience."
The 6-foot-4, 225-pound linebacker got to see a 65-21 victory for his future team against Washington.

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"I enjoyed getting a chance to experience a game," Davis said. "It was great to see them again."
After concluding his visit to the Pac-12 program, the Rivals100 prospect feels confident that he made the right decision when he pledged his services to Stanford back in May.
"I feel very comfortable with them," Davis said. "I like the defensive scheme. Of course the academics are a major part of it. It is a very competitive football program that plays great programs. I just think it is the best fit for myself. It is also a place that has a family atmosphere."
The visit to Stanford marked Davis' first official visit, but it won't be his last.
"I have a visit scheduled to Alabama next weekend and USC for November 25th," Davis said. "As of right now, that is it. I think that is it for now."
He has also previously unofficially visited an in-state school during the season.
"I went to Florida earlier this year," Davis said. "It was a very competitive atmosphere. I got to enjoy a game so I witness just how competitive with the speed, the tenacity, that they played with, and the tempo of the college game. I am trying to implement that into my high school game. The coaches there honor my commitment to Stanford but they really made me feel welcomed and want me to join their program."
For the Sunshine State prospect, his visits are about making sure that he has picked the right school and football program for his future.
"The visits are for comparison," Davis said. "My father wants me to make sure my decision is 100%."
Academically, Davis is already fully qualified.