Choctaw: Hunter Davis changes commitment to Kansas State...
By Robert Przybylo
Choctaw senior defensive end Hunter Davis admits he committed more to the former Tulsa coaching staff than he did to the school.
And when former coach Todd Graham and company left to go to Pittsburgh a couple weeks ago, the recruiting game was once again open for the Yellowjackets star.
As fast as it was open, it’s been closed as Davis has switched his verbal commitment from Tulsa to Kansas State, Davis confirmed Sunday night after a visit to KSU this weekend.
“It wasn’t an impulse decision at all,” Davis said. “The last two weeks I had been leaning toward Kansas State.”
Davis committed to Tulsa in July but listened to other offers. At 6-foot-3 and 246 pounds, Davis is rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com.
In his senior season, Davis had 59 tackles and three sacks and was constantly the one player opposing offenses had to have a game plan for.
Davis originally was going to take another visit next weekend, but he said Sunday night he is calling all interested coaches to let them know he is dead set on being a Wildcat.
“I went there last year and really liked it. This (visit) just kind of confirmed everything,” Davis said. “I really like the town and love what coach (Bill) Snyder has done with the program.”
National Signing Day is Feb. 2.
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