August 9, 2011

Davis focused on the fall

Tenaha (Texas) wide receiver Reginald Davis has seen his recruitment slow down some over the summer, which has given him an opportunity to focus on his senior season.

"My recruitment has slowed down pretty much. It's been kind of nice, I guess. It had gotten pretty crazy for a little while," Davis said. "It's been nice to just be able to focus on my team and my season coming up. We've been working hard to make sure it's a good one."

Davis has yet to schedule an official visit to Texas Tech, but he figures he'll be joined on that visit by other members of the 2012 class whenever it does happen.

"I haven't decided on any plans yet. I know that me and some of the other guys going to Tech are wanting to take our visit at the same time, but I'm not sure when it will be yet," he said. "The coaches have talked to us about waiting until after the season is over to officially visit, so we'll see when it happens."

There's a good chance that the 6-foot-1, 185-pounder will be taking other official visits in the fall as well.

"I don't know where I'm going to go, but I probably will take a few official visits to places other than Tech," Davis said. "I don't know which schools I'm going to go see yet, but I am hoping to get out and see some different places while I still have the opportunity."

In the meantime, Davis has stayed in contact with a few of his fellow 2012 commits, as well as a few members of the Texas Tech coaching staff.

"I still talk a lot with Coach Sonny Cumbie, Coach Neal Brown, and Coach Sam McElroy," he said. "I've also been talking with Dominique Wheeler and Marcus Johnson pretty often. We're excited to get to Tech and try to continue the tradition of great wide receivers who have played there. Coach Tuberville and the rest of his staff have put together a really nice group overall and we feel like we're going to be able to make some special things happen. We're all looking forward to being there."

Davis committed to Tech in March over offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, TCU, and Texas A&M.

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