Four-star wide receiver Drew Davis (6-0, 210, 4.54) from Denver (Colo.) Montebello was one of many who witnesses perhaps the biggest upset of the season when the UCLA Bruins defeated their archrival USC 13-9.
"I just got back from UCLA and I loved it," Davis said. "It was my first upset I saw in person in my life and it might be my biggest. I was a spectator for that wonderful event that happened.
"The atmosphere for the game was great," Davis said. "The way they tailgate and open up the golf course. The atmosphere was a great setup for a great game."
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"I loved hanging around with the players after the game," Davis said. "They were pumped up."
"I believe the players worked hard all week in practice," Davis said. "No one gave them a chance and the Bruins proved everyone wrong.
"I loved UCLA," Davis said. "It was great.
"My hosts, the girls, who showed me around the campus, were great," Davis said. "Terrence Austin was my player host."
"The day before the game everyone was wearing blue and wishing the players luck," Davis said. "I liked how supportive everyone was."
"I wasn't tempted to commit to UCLA because I want to go through the whole process," Davis said. "I still have one more trip and I also wanted to talk to my parents first.
"The trip itself was a 10," Davis said. "The campus and the school made it great. The game just added more."
"I should have a decision about December 15th," Davis said. "I will visit Cal next weekend and we will see how that goes."
Davis had around 30 catches for approximately 500 yards and nine touchdowns.
Davis was selected to the Rivals.com Rivals250 team for the class if 2007. Rivals.com rates Davis as the Nation's No. 21 wide receiver prospect. He also made the Rivals.com Colorado top 20 team and landed the Centennial State's No. 2 prospect at any position.