Kaela Davis, #2 recruit in the country, visits Baylor

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

After de-committing from the Tennessee Lady Vols, might Baylor be on 6-foot-2 women's college basketball recruit Kaela Davis' radar?

UPDATE (2:30 EDT): Click here to read our correction to this story after Davis' response via Twitter.

In an unique twist, multiple sources have confirmed that Kaela Davis, the nation's #2 women's basketball recruit in the 2013 class, is on a visit with the Baylor Lady Bears and taking in their Moonlight Madness.

A number of schools have recently been linked to Davis after her decommitment from Tennessee: Georgia, UCLA, Duke, Tennessee (which visited her twice this past month). But there has been no mention of Baylor until today which truly changes the landscape of her recruitment.

Can the nation's number one team with the nation's number one player end up landing arguably the best player in the class of 2013? Only time will tell but one thing is for sure, things have gotten very interesting.

Davis has already had a busy year - in addition to reopening her recruitment earlier this year, Davis competed in the 2012 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship where the women won the gold medal.

For more on Davis, check out our storystream about her recruitment.

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