Pitt, WVU stick out for Midwest reciever

One of the top wide receivers in the Midwest is favoring Pitt and West Virginia, though he doesn't seem to be close to a decision.
That's especially good news for the two Big East rivals, as Chris Davis has a twin brother, [db]Demitrious Davis[/db], and the siblings plan on attending college together.
"So far this summer I've been to West Virginia and Pitt," Davis said on Sunday.

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"I liked West Virginia. The offense fits me and I liked the coaching staff.
"Pitt has another good offense. They run the spread and they like to throw the ball a lot. That would be my kind of offense."
Davis confirmed that those two schools are sticking out.
"I would say Pitt and West Virginia are probably sticking out," he said, before following that up with the disclaimer that anything can change at this point.
It's too early to predict where the Davis brothers might end up, of course.
Chris told Rivals.com on Sunday that the brothers may try to visit Arkansas, UCLA and Iowa during the summer, and the brothers will probably be taking their official visits in the fall as well.
The Austintown (Ohio) Fitch prospect is ranked the No. 63 receiver in the nation and his brother, Demetrious, is ranked the No. 29 athlete nationally.