A month ago today, Pitt was one of the first schools to officially get in on Ohio junior running back Torrance Davis. Since then, Davis has seen his recruiting sky rocket and it’s not slowing down.
Over the weekend, Davis (6-foot-2, 205 pounds) was one of the many recruits that attended Pitt’s Spring Game at Heinz Field.
Currently, the three-star recruit holds offers from Pitt, Penn State, Michigan State, Kentucky, Maryland, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Purdue, Rutgers, Tennessee and Virginia.
Monday morning, Pittsburgh Sports Now was able to catch up briefly with Davis who says Pitt remains very high on his list of schools.
“One of the biggest things I took from the weekend was meeting Aaron Donald and LeSean McCoy and also getting to see the entire Pitt campus,” said Davis. “I was also impressed by how many fans and people knew me. People that I didn’t even know knew who I was and showed me love.”
While on his visit, Davis was able to talk with nearly every Pitt assistant and had a good talk with Pat Narduzzi.
“Coach Narduzzi was telling me all the different ways they’d be able to use me in their offense. They run like a pro offense, like the Pittsburgh Steelers, and they told me how great of a player I was,” said Davis.
“The fact that I’m such a big priority to Pitt means a lot to me because when they started to show interest, I didn’t have a lot of offers. I appreciate all the interest in me. No matter what happens, I told myself that I’m going to remain humble through all of this.”
Next up for Davis is a visit to Cincinnati next weekend, but Pitt will main a school that Davis will check out and consider.
“Yes sir, they’re one of the top schools on my recruiting list.”