Ten days after he reportedly flipped to Mississippi State, four-star defensive end Raekwon Davis has re-affirmed his commitment to play football at the University of Alabama.

Listed at 6-foot-7 and 327 pounds, the Meridian, Miss., native ranks as the nation’s 11th-best defensive tackle in the 2016 class. The long-time Tide commitment switched allegiances to Mississippi State after a Jan. 15 official visit.

Soon, confusion took hold as Davis seemed to disseminate conflicting reports to Alabama and Mississippi State writers.

He canceled an official visit to Florida State on Jan. 22, instead opting for a surprise unofficial visit to Tuscaloosa. He’s taking an official visit to Bama this week, and chose Wednesday night to end any confusion about his college destination.

This is a big get for Alabama, which still must hold its breath until National Signing Day. To this point, Davis’ decision has seemed at least a little finicky.

But the Tide recruiting machine usually wins out. One look at how well the team’s defensive line played during the 2015 national championship season should be enough to sell top recruits on the idea of following a well-worn path to Bryant-Denny Stadium.