Rivals100 offensive tackle Anthony Davis out of Piscataway, N.J. has five schools standing out for his services. Of those, the 6-foot-5, 341-pounder continues to claim that Miami is the top school at this time.
"I'd say I'm pretty open, but I'm primarily looking at Miami, Southern Cal, Ohio State, Florida State and Florida," he stated. "I guess you could say that Miami still leads for me. I talk to the offensive line coach Mario Cristobal a lot. He is also my recruiter and is a very cool guy that is a player's coach. Miami is also the only school I've visited so far, but I really liked my trip there with the family atmosphere."
Davis isn't planning to take any more unofficial visits before the season.
"I don't know where I'll visit yet, but I'm going to do some during the season. Probably all five of them," he said. "Right now I think it's likely I'll head back to Miami and then possibly out to USC for sure. I like Southern Cal because Dwayne Jarrett talks to me about how much he likes it there. That is about all I know of them right now."
Though he plans to take his visits during the season, the four-star prospect isn't planning to decide anytime soon.
"I will most likely announce my decision at the Army All-American game."
Currently, Davis is preparing for the upcoming season.
"I'm just working out in preparation for practice which starts on August 13th," he stated. "I really want to work on my strength and my ability on the line more this year."
The No. 1 player in the Garden State earned all-county, all-area and all-state honors as a junior.