For three-star receiver Quinshad Davis (Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney) it’s down to three schools -- Wake Forest, North Carolina and Tennessee, according to his coach Dan Jones.
“Quinshad will visit Tennessee this weekend,” Jones said. “He knows the Vols need receivers and that they have a young quarterback that can really throw the ball.”
Davis, 6-foot-2 and 180-pounds, made an official visit to North Carolina this past weekend. It was a very good and productive visit for Davis and his mother.
“Oh, he had a real good visit,” Jones said. “I think he like coach (Larry) Fedora and that staff. He knows they are going to really throw the football. What he has to get over and what Quinshad has a question with is the probation stuff.”
The one team holding steady with Davis is Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons have done a great job of recruiting him from day one. He made an official visit there earlier this month.
“The bottom line is that Wake Forest has really built that relationship with him,” Jones said. “They are definitely in this thing.”
According to Jones, Davis will make his decision at the high school on national signing day, which is one week from tomorrow. The nation’s No. 51 ranked receiver had a monster senior season, catching 108 passes for over 2,000 yards and 24 scores.