Gaffney (S.C) wide receiver Quinshad Davis has a handful of offers entering his senior season but there is one program he has been waiting on since the summer that he'd love to hear from.
"I was at Dawg night, I really liked Georgia. It was cool there. I really wish they would have offered though," Davis said. "They would probably be my favorite if they did offer."
Davis, who said he has 35 catches for 676 yards and 8 touchdowns so far this season, said Georgia hasn't talked to him since he visited but he still does hear from the staff.
"I get letters from them all the time. They send letters but I haven't really talked to them since Dawg night," Davis said.
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound receiver said he likes the coaches and would really relish the opportunity to fill the shoes of another South Carolina native who made a name for himself between the hedges.
"I think I would fit in just great. A.J. Green just left, I think I could come in and replace him and do a good job," Davis said. "I've worked with coach (Tony) Ball because it was position. He's real cool. He's a cool guy to get along with. He kind of thinks like me, so I really like him. Like run plays, how to get open and all of that, he kind of thinks like me."
For now, Davis said he has two programs after him hard, but he will continue to play and wait to see the interest he can garner in his final high school season.
"Wake Forest has been talking to me the most, but N.C. State, those two have been really hard on me," Davis said. "They tell me that they would really like for me to come to their school, you know, same old, same old."
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