Rivals100 offensive guard Anthony Davis took his first official visit of the season to arguably the biggest game of the year. The Piscataway, N.J. prospect took the trip to Columbus for the Buckeyes-Wolverines contest.
"The trip went good," he said. "I got up there on Friday afternoon and basically went to the game, hung out with the players and briefly talked to the coaches.
"I was very impressed with their program. They took care of business in the game. I was really impressed with the offensive line too. They were really tough and they got after it. I liked what I saw them doing out there."
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The atmosphere impressed the four-star prospect as well.
"It was a really good experience being at that game," he said. "There were 107,000 people there screaming. There's not much you can say about that. It was crazy."
Davis talked to a few players and coaches including his former teammate Malcolm Jenkins.
"Malcolm was actually my host and it was cool being with him," he stated. "I know him from high school and he didn't say too much, but mentioned how he really liked it there.
"I was also able to talk briefly with coach Tressel. He gave me the regular recruiting stuff and that was cool with me."
Surprisingly, the No. 1 player in the Garden State only rated his trip to Columbus a five.
"There was nothing bad about the trip, but it was alright," he said. "Everyone is even right now and nobody leads at all. I don't have any other official visits scheduled and am not sure about where I'll be going next."