Kyle Davis named his Top 3 schools on Thursday at the Corky Kell Classic luncheon.
That’s UGA, Auburn and Tennessee. In what order? That 5-star senior receiver isn’t ready to share any of that yet.
He’s got big plans for his senior season. He’ll make his commitment decision on Oct. 23 at Archer’s Homecoming game this year. His junior season ended on a low note. Davis dropped a touchdown pass that would’ve likely meant a difference in the outcome of the 2014 Class AAAAAA state championship game.
He hope to change that this fall. He’s set a goal to catch every pass thrown his way this season.
“No drops,” Davis said.
What would cause those schools to separate themselves from one another? Would a 7-5 season out of UGA or Auburn or Tennessee cause them to fall out of the picture with him?
“It won’t affect me,” Davis said. “I don’t know why people actually look at how seasons go. Everything is going to change when you get there. I don’t think that’s a factor at all.”
The depth chart is something he will look at.
“My Top 3 all have pretty good depth chart situations,” Davis said.
Which school has contacted him the most among those three?
“Its kind of even all across the board,” Davis said. “They contact me all the time. I don’t respond all the time. It is not out of disrespect. I just don’t like to talk a lot. Especially about myself.”
What would be the main thing that separates that group of UGA, Auburn and Tennessee?
“Probably my official visits,” Davis said. “Those are going to play a huge part. The thing that I’m looking for with my official visits is how the campus operates during the week. I have been to all of those schools on Gamedays so I want to see how they all operate during the week. That’s environment is something that I will pay attention to.”
Jeff Sentell covers UGA recruiting for AJC.com and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Follow him on Twitter for the latest on who’s on their way to play Between the Hedges.