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March 27, 2008
Four-star RB has a busy few weeks
During the spring, most schools are busy trying to get recruits to come visit campus and check out spring games.
Fort Bend (TX) Fort Bend Marshall four-star running back Knile Davis is booked solid for the next few weeks with visits.
"This weekend I'm going to Mississippi State. Then next weekend I'm going to LSU. The weekend after that I'm going to Nebraska," Davis said.
So far LSU has been keeping in contact with the 6-foot-1, 206-pound Davis and he has also recently added a new offer to his list.
"I've been talking to LSU because I'm going down there next weekend for their spring game. Then Northwestern just offered me a scholarship. They just sent it in the mail to me," Davis said.
Currently there are two offers that Davis says are big for him. While one of those offers is only verbal, he says he will soon have it in writing.
"Right now I consider my offers from LSU and Oklahoma to be my biggest ones. LSU offered me over the phone, but they said they're going to give me one in writing when I get down there for their spring game on April 5th," Davis said.
As for a commitment, Davis is still unsure of when he will be deciding.
"I'm not really sure if I want to commit before the season or after," Davis said.
This upcoming season is one that he feels good about especially with a new head coach on board.
"We're going to be real good. We've got a couple new players. We've got a new head coach. He seems like he's going to be a great coach. I really like his strategy. I think we're going to do good this year," Davis said.
However, one of the key things to their success is for their players to stay healthy. Davis said that's one thing that they didn't have last year.
"My old coach didn't have much to work with last year because a lot of players were hurt. Hopefully we will be healthy this year though," Davis said.
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