Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Washington four-star wide receiver Keenan Davis has an offer list that's quite long, and from that list, he's starting to think more and more about his top schools.
According to the talented wide out the schools at the top of his list are Iowa, Illinois, Colorado, Kansas and Arizona State.
Davis, a 6-foot-3 195-pounder that's ranked as the nation's No. 22 receiver, said one of the big reasons why Colorado is in the mix is because he has a former teammate, Maurice Cantrell, who plays in Boulder.
" I haven't real talked to him (Cantrell) about Colorado." Davis said. "I want to take a couple visits just to see why he picked Colorado. It's just like every school I am open to everyone."
Other then the Buffs, Davis has offers from Arizona State, Cincinnati, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kansas State, Wisconsin and recently added Minnesota.
"Minnesota offered me recently," he said. "They send me a lot of mail. I haven't talked to any coaches or anything yet, though."
As far as visits go he said he plans on making it to his top five by the end of the summer.
According to Davis the added pressure of Division-I schools looking at him really doesn't affect him very much.
"You know I am not really trying to think about me," he said. "I am trying to think about the team. I just want to win state this season."