Two left standing

Two left standing

Marcus Davis has listened to what dozens of coaches have had to say over the course of the recruiting process. Just two schools are left standing.

DeaconSports.com spoke with Davis this weekend and he that Wake Forest and West Virginia are the only two schools left in the running. Neither school appears to have an edge over the other.

The 5-9, 170-pound defensive back has already taken his official visit to Wake Forest and raved about that trip in previous interviews. All that now remains is a trip to Morgantown.

"I know I'm going to West Virginia but I'm not sure if I'm going to go anywhere else. Most likely I won't," he said. "There's a chance I could take a couple more visits but I don't think so right now."

Davis said he's torn between the ACC and Big XII schools and goes back and forth depending on the day. Because of that he wants to take his time and make sure he settles on the right school for the right reasons so he doesn't have any regrets later.

Wake Forest won't host Davis for another visit but the Delray Beach (FL) American Heritage School prospect is talking to the coaches frequently.

"I'm talking to Coach Mac weekly but I also talk to Coach Duffy," he said. "I loved it up there. I'm just going to take my time, take any visits I need to and then compare them."

If Davis were to commit to Wake Forest he would be one of the Demon Deacons' highest ranked commitments.

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