Davis: "The fans were crazy"

Davis: "The fans were crazy"

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Davis: "The fans were crazy"

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Clemson verbal commitment Cortez Davis traveled to Death Valley for the second time this fall to watch the Tigers battle South Carolina.

“It was a good visit.  I liked the atmosphere.  The fans were crazy,” said Davis.

One of the highlights of the visit was seeing most of his future teammates.

“I got to see the recruits for this year’s class.  We were only missing four.  I have known most of them.  We talked about football and how we are going to change things,” said Davis.

How does it feel to be part of a top five recruiting class?

“I love being a top five class.  I feel like we can turn things around real quick,” replied Davis.

Cortez can’t wait to play in the Palmetto battle next year for the Tigers.

“It was a good game, but we made some mistakes.  I can’t wait to play in that game next year,” said Davis.

The season has ended for the top defensive back.

“We are done for the season.  I have been working out.  I will be playing basketball,” said Davis.

In just over six months Cortez will leave Mainland to start his career at Clemson.

“I am graduating on May 21.  I will go up to Clemson for the first summer session,” said Davis.

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