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Updated Scholarship Chart and Kevin Davis

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This is Kevin Davis
This is Kevin Davis

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Purple = Senior

Gold = Junior

Blue = Sophomore

Green = Freshman

Asterisk indicates player has used a redshirt year

Players in parenthesis have committed but not signed a letter of intent.

 

Kevin Davis is someone we haven't brought up yet on this site. He played high school ball at Beamer in Federal Way, and due to some off the court issues was granted an additional year of high school eligibility, and is now enrolled at the College of Southern Idaho. It would be easy to say that Davis fell off the radar due to the off court issues, but the truth is he was never really on it to begin with. Davis had never played organized basketball until his fourth year of high school. In fact, he was cut from the team as a junior. But now he's working to get his Associates Degree in a year and a half so that he can join the UW team for the 2011 season.

Davis put up some pretty big numbers at Beamer (21.3 points, 15.3 rebounds and 6.6 blocks a game) and fits with the theme of getting bigger (6'8"), while staying athletic; he's slim, can run the floor and get off the ground. Almost a taller Scott Suggs in terms of body type, though not quite as thin.

The reason I hadn't brought him up yet is that there's still a long way for him to go to get on campus. He has to get his AA and qualify at UW first and foremost, and he's also got to show he can play against the quality of competition that he'll see at Southern Idaho. And if he plays to his potential, he won't stay off the radar long, and other schools in search of a quality player are going to come knocking at his door with scholarship offers in hand.

Some highlight of Davis after the jump.

This was from a game against Decatur where he put up 30 points, 17 rebounds and 11 blocked shots. Decatur was ranked #9 in state at the time, so he wasn't beating up a bunch of kids that can't play.