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Four-star WR returns from Cal, decision soon

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Four-star wide receiver Drew Davis (6-0, 210, 4.54) from Denver (Colo.) Montebello returned from his to Cal and has finished his taking his official visits. Now the talented wide receiver will hunker down with his family and his coaches and try to make a college decision this coming week.
"Cal was pretty nice even though the weather was kind of gloomy," Davis said. "I had a good meeting with Cal's academic advisors.
"I liked Cal's players a lot. A lot of them are jokesters so they made the dinner a fun time."
"I should make my college decision by Friday," Davis said. "I want to talk to my coach and parents and how they feel. I will then sleep on it and make a decision."
Besides Cal; Davis has taken official visits to Washington, Oregon and UCLA.
"At Washington I liked their receivers coach, Eric Yarber and head coach Tyrone Willingham," Davis said. "Coach Yarber has coached a lot of talented players who have made it to the NFL.
"If I went to Washington, I know I will be coached well."
"I really like Oregon's facilities," Davis said. "During game day we walked through the inside facility and there were 2,000 fans there already. They were clapping and cheering us.
"Also Coach Mike Bellotti is a great coach and knows what a player wants in a school," Davis said. "Coach Bellotti knows how to show NIKE attire."
"With UCLA, I picked a great game to see," Davis said. "The fans were into it.
"The team fought the whole game through and as a player that's what you look for.
"UCLA also has great academics and a nice campus," Davis said. "UCLA has great weather and almost every home game, you play in perfect weather."
Whoever lands Davis will get a receiver who knows how to make plays. He had around 30 catches for approximately 500 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior.
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 as the Centennial State's No. 2 prospect at any position.
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