Rivals250 receiver Quinshad Davis of Gaffney (S.C.) said Wednesday he is in no hurry to pick a college. The reason for that is simple.
"I'm really trying to see if I can get more offers," Davis told Rivals.com.
Right now, the 6-feet-3, 180-pounder claims five offers, but thinks two of them - the ones he got long ago from Clemson and South Carolina - no longer are on the table since he hasn't spoken to either program in awhile. The other offers have come from Illinois, N.C. State and Wake Forest. Of those three, the Demon Deacons are pursuing him the most strongly.
"I don't have any leaders," Davis said. "I'm trying to figure them all out right now. Wake Forest is recruiting me the hardest. They really want me bad up there. They say they want to have me as part of their team."
Davis visited Wake Forest in July.
"It was pretty nice," he said. "I liked it. I really did. [Head coach] Jim Grobe was talking to me and said if I got hurt, they'd still have my scholarship open for me. Basically, he was telling me they really wanted me. They think I'd be a nice fit. I could definitely see myself at Wake Forest."
Davis plans to check out Wake Forest again this fall. He also hopes to make his way to N.C. State for a visit at some point.
"I haven't been up there yet, so I don't know too much about them," Davis said. "Once I go on my visit, I'll be able to tell you more."
According to Davis, who holds a 4.3 GPA, Georgia also is showing some interest.
"They're still recruiting me, still writing," Davis said. "I went there for Dawg Night. They were really impressed with me. I like Georgia a lot. I'm kind of waiting for them to offer."