Davis: "I loved it"

Davis: "I loved it"


Davis: "I loved it"


The past few weeks have been filled with changes for Cortez Davis the Clemson commitment watched coach Rumph move to Alabama and then saw his teammate Marlin Lane part ways with the Tigers.  How firm is his commitment after spending the weekend in Clemson for his official visit.

How did Cortez enjoy the official visit to Clemson?

Davis: I loved it when I was there. I felt like I was home again.

Who came with Cortez on the visit?

Davis: My basketball coach brought me up.

What was the highlight of the visit?

Davis: It was just having fun with my future teammates. I got to hang out with a lot of them.

How did the visit rate on a scale of one to ten?

Davis: It was a 10. I loved it.

What did you do Saturday night with your player host?

Davis: I went to Xavier’s house. We played some games and chilled. Some other players came over and hung out.

Tell us about the conversations with the coaches?

Davis: They were telling me they are ready for me to come up there. They are real excited about the recruiting class. It is great to be part of this class. I love it.

How has the Lane situation and the coaching changes impacted your commitment status?

Davis: I am not going anywhere. I am solid with Clemson. I am done with my visits.



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