As one of the top point guards in the 2015 class, Eric Davis had schools all over the country watching him this summer and held scholarship offers from many of them. Earlier this month, he decided he wanted to narrow down his list and focus on seven schools with which he felt most comfortable.
When originally cut his list, the UCLA Bruins made the cut. They have now been replaced by an SEC school.
"N.C. State, Texas, Michigan, Michigan State, UNLV, Kentucky and I've got LSU on there instead of UCLA now. There is no order to my list right now," Davis said.
Visits are the next step for Davis. He's already taken one official visit and one unofficial visit this month, and scheduled two more official visits for the next two weekends.
"I went to UNLV already. I took an unofficial visit to Kentucky this weekend. I'm going to Texas this upcoming weekend and then I'm going to LSU on Sept. 6."
Davis said his first official visit out to UNLV was a success.
"The UNLV visit went pretty good. I enjoyed myself. I met the players and meet with the whole coaching staff. It was a good experience."
Kentucky is the only school on the four-star guard's list that has yet to offer. His visit to Lexington this weekend was more about continuing to build a relationship with John Calipari and staff in case they decide to offer down the road.
"It was good. I just went down there to talk to Coach Cal and play pick up with the guys. That was my second time going there. I like it there. We're just building a relationship at this point. They haven't offered yet."
A visit to Austin, Texas is up next for Davis. He likes that Rick Barnes places an emphasis on guards in his program.
"It's a great program. They do a great job with their guards. It's a great school all-around."
Davis sees LSU as a program on the rise with the way Johnny Jones and staff have recruited the past couple years.
"They started recruiting me around the end of my high school season. Coach [Eric] Musselman has been recruiting me. It's a rising program that's getting back on its feet. They got some good recruits coming in."
It won't be too much longer before Davis comes to a decision.
"I'm going to decide by the end of September. I'll pick the school where I feel like I built the best relationship with the coaches and the school I feel most comfortable at."
Dan McDonald is a contributing national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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