Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central wide receiver Kevin Davis has established himself as one of the top pass catchers in the Midwest and now schools even outside the region are starting to take notice.
Up until recently Davis was listing Cincinnati, Indiana and Purdue as his three favorites.
While those three schools are still at the top of his list the 5-foot-11, 175-pound receiver has added a fourth school to his leader board.
"Just add Arkansas and make it four (leaders)," Davis explained. "They offered pretty recently, maybe in the last three or four weeks. They came to the school and watched me worked out and liked me."
This summer Davis plans on visiting all four of those schools. He's also hoping to attend one camp in the hopes of adding another offer.
"I might even head down to Florida for a one-day camp just to see if I can get that offer," he said. "I talked to my coach about it and he told me they're interested."
What will be Davis' criteria for judging each school on his summer unofficial tour?
"First is academics. I'm looking at how strong a school it is," he said.
"Secondly is the team in general, just where they stand as far as what conference they're in, how they play ball and what offense they run. They're all good, in the SEC, Big Ten and Big East.
"Then I'll look at how I fit into the program socially and as a student-athlete, as a freshman entering college life."
Davis has already visited Indiana, Cincinnati and Purdue. His trip to Arkansas this summer will be his first time stopping by the SEC school.