The nation's top running back is an early enrollee at USC, and with the days getting shorter until he enrolls, he used one of his last weekend's as a high school student to take his official visit.
"I loved it there, it was awesome," said Davis. "It was really cool to have that feeling. The coaches and players were welcoming and it was pretty cool hanging out with the players. It was pretty cool overall."
"Me and Chris (Hawkins) and Max (Browne) were in A'Shawn Robinson and Max Redfield's ear about how USC is what it's all about," said Davis. "We were doing a little work on them."
Davis was able to talk with running backs coach Kennedy Polamalu and head coach Lane Kiffin at length while visiting.
"Coach Polamalu, I got to spend a lot of time with him, and he basically told me how he was going to coach me," said Davis. "And Coach Kiffin, we actually all got to talk to him, he was able to answer any questions we had. He was available the whole time, and he showed a different side and it was cool to see him there. They told me that I have an opportunity to be that power back for them."
Davis said that several things stood out to him, but the time with the players was his highlight.
"Pretty much just hanging out with the players and getting their perspective of the school, it was just cool hanging out with them and getting to know them," said Davis.
Davis will leave for San Antonio in a little less than three weeks for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, an experience he can't wait for.
"I'll have a lot of USC commits on my team and that will be the first time we're actually teammates, so that we'll be fun," said Davis. "We'll be doing that for the next few years."
And when he's done in San Antonio, he'll move on to USC, starting school there next month.
"I thought of that, when I got to campus, that I'll be here in a couple of weeks," said Davis. "It got pretty real then. My mom and dad were with me and they're excited. My mom said she can't wait for me to go to college, but I know she's going to miss me."
At 6-1, 196, Davis said he'll wait till he gets to USC to really start adding weight, but in the meantime, he's just trying to stay in shape for the Army Bowl.
"I've been doing little light workouts," said Davis. "I took a week or two off after the season, but now I'm getting ready for the bowl game."